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Since I arrived a day early for the tour (largely to mitigate the risk of a weather delay with my flights), I had no scheduled events until evening. The resort advertised a dogsled ride as a local activity, so I signed up for a half-day trip through Absaroka Dogsled Treks (aka the "Yukon"). This firm has an office at the resort, adjacent to the stables. The 4-hour trek ...
... understand this and surely there can be many other explanations. But then again there are many explanations for other happenings as well and it does not make the other explanations right. We laugh at how subtle St. Anthony is because we usually find the item right away.
Once, a school library book was lost for a couple weeks. Yes, we did not think to ask for St. Anthony’s help but after asking for help, I felt compelled to go to ...
... and appreciate varieties of wildflowers that decorated the canyon hills around us. After dodging rain on our subtle but steady climb up to the lake, we took a load off and soaked up the views while filling our bellies. The never ending last mile of the hike was definitely quieter than the first...I personally was lost in motivating thoughts of Fettucini Alfredo burritos and hot springs, which were both quickly fulfilled upon our departure of the forest.
... take him to the vet since he was deteriorating very fast. We were told that in the week and one-half that we have been gone he ad lost 10 lbs which was one-third of his body weight. While the ladies were shopping at the gift shop Katie and Jon called us to tell us that he was significantly worse and to make a long story short we decided to wait at this stop to hear what was going on. We did not want to get on the road since we ...
... and some prairie lands, the crops have changed. We are seeing more oats and hay and less wheat and barley. We also are driving through more foothills with the back drop of snow capped mountains in the distance. These states have fewer crop farmers. The farms that do raise crops are raising mostly crops to support their cattle ranches. Thus we have more or less left the bread basket of the world and now ...
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