A Rhinestone Rose Bed & Breakfast
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... is still trying to figure out where they want to be, and what they are trying to accomplish out here....NOBO bubbles tend to confuse each other, but at the same time they encourage each other, spread the trail magic wealth, have campfires going by the time you get to the tent sights.
I didn't leave Sandy's house til 10 am. VERY nice family, the daughter was the only one to understand english, but her grandparents still loved to have the hikers at their ...
... workout radio. I'm loving jamming as I go down the trail. I have finally got what every hiker dreams of his first few weeks on the trail. I felt them starting to come but didn't wanna jinx it so I didn't say it until I was sure. I've earned my trail legs. When a person has finally earned there trail legs, a shift happens in there body. The weight of the pack stops beating down so heavily. The body stops aching as it has done constantly since the start of the hike. The burn of ...
... rental. We got a complimentary bottle of wine from the cellar, went to the store to buy dinner and grilled out on the propane BBQ pit! We had fresh salad, ice cream, beer, and wood fireplaces. It was practically divine. Shout out to Red Light, Warning, Carolyn, and Steve. Hiker Thanksgiving in Wrightwood! We payed for two nights because as soon as we came into the cabin, we knew we would be zeroing a day there. Some places are harder to leave than ...
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... from each adventure. Without hesitation, we would rush over to her house, grab a bowl of popcorn, sit on the couch, and stare, in awe, at the slideshow. "These are the pyramids in Egypt." "This is Angel Falls." "Here we are at Stonehenge". As I would sit and stare at the photos, I recall repetitively thinking, "I'm going there some day."
The Reader's Digest Book - I wish I still had the book. Maybe I do. Maybe it's stored in a box somewhere in a ...