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... the working we have done a great hike in the wilderness area around where I stay. There were some beautiful sights of snow covered volcanoes. This past week I have been doing some surveys for ducks. This gave me the opportunity to see some great areas and places that people hardly get to see. At one stop there was a pool with Newts, my first sight. About first sightings. The first week going out with the botanist we saw ...
... and everyone brought out a side of me that I am proud to have. Zak especially opened my eyes to a lot of things and it hurts to think that I will not be spending the next year with him at school. While Ovida was ******, the people I was living with were amazing and it was because of us being in the dorms together that we were able to bond and all do things as a group.
My trip to Barcelona and Italy was the most fun I think I have ever had, besides ...
On Monday Fletcher and Peter spent the day at the Coaches Conference which they found mainly interesting and informative. They had also taken our car back so I was "forced" to have a very lazy day of reading, updating my blog, playing computer games and generally chilling out. That night we returned to Sabai restaurant which has excellent Thai food. Peanut joined us for his last night in Eugene and once again it was very pleasant ...
... dinner as we were very hungry by now. Denny's it was - and delicious it was too.
Animals we saw today included deer, 3 on the side the road - shame we were not quick enough to get the camera out. Roadrunner - too cute again way to fast to react. A dead skunk (didn't want to photograph that) and squirrels. Sadly we did not see any bears.
After a very long day driving its off to bed.
Francisco and what is now Marin County was by boat across a section
of San Francisco Bay. It's mysterious when covered with fog, beautiful when bathed in sunlight, and remains possibly one of the most photographed American landmark.
Today, it carries six lanes of vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists.
In search of the garage where we are going to turn in our rental car, we
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