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Our backpacks are ready! Gosh they are heavy. Patricia's is 48 pounds. Mine is 53 pounds. Heavy, but they have to carry five days of food in a bear canister. We'll be o.k.
It's dawn and our good friends Paul and Beth Salyers show up with their taxi service to Yosemite National Park. Away we go!
Wind seems to be the story here in the west in the spring especially. The view out our window could be St. Maarten! Very, very windy, sound of waves crashing on the beach, mountain in the background..... Watched a little boat this morning, we think he was fishing, flying across the water at 5 knots without sails OR his motor on. Got seasick watching him. This isn't a huge lake and the wind is relentless and looks like it will be until we leave... (Sigh). We had hoped ...
My journey begins Tuesday with a flight from Orange County/John Wayne to Minneapolis. After a short layover, I'm on my way to Amsterdam. A few hours later, I depart Schiphol for Johannesburg where I'll spend the night in preparation for the jump to Gaborone, Botswana the next day.
That's all for now...next update from the Southern Hemisphere!
... to warmer climates for the winter just like migrating birds. None of them are young folks. All of them are grinning like the Cheshire Cat knowing that they can winter in a place where the winter weather will not cause them to be shuttered indoors. They are active. They love to exercise, play golf, walk, swim and socialize. Hope that we can keep up with them!
Jil went to Yoga class this morning. I walked the dogs and did some chores around ...
... even nothing in particular for a while before the shadows on the trees told me it was time to head back.
I always seem to have a better time on the way back on a trail then on the way out. I have not figured out if that is because I am going down hill or if it because I am comfortable with the trail to really start looking around. Either way, it was something amazing. I can't say it enough, how amazing it is to walk somewhere that is so far removed from ...