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... the neatest thing I'm adding to my backpack is a little portable and super light clothesline complete with it's own case. It was an Easter and Buen Camino gift from a great friend I've known since 1974 back in the Virginia and James Madison college days. I would have never thought of that and I know that it is going to come in real handy (although I'm hoping not very often.)
Well, that's it for now.
Buen Camino mis amigos! (hope that's right Curtis) ...
... and get to know better” first-time visit. Not 5 minutes into our visit, a couple of friends of Laura's mom, Carol and Michael, who hadn’t seen Laura in about 4 years, happened to show up in the same bagel store where we were...a bagel store Laura had never previously patronized. After introductions and the usual “What if he’s an axe murderer?” comments given the unusual-to-most context of our ...
... the fire and went to bed. Monday morning, we started our drive into Arizona. We decided to visit Antelope Canyon instead of the Grand Canyon. Antelope Canyon was amazing! Unfortunately, the road to Flagstaff had recently been destroyed by a landslide and we had to take quite a detour. Around 7 pm we made it to Prescott and Julie took us out to dinner at the oldest restaurant in Arizona! We are driving to Vegas in a few hours and can't wait!
... surrounding Prescott offers an endless number of adventures in any mode you can imagine: hiking, technical rock-climbing, backcountry skiing, kayaking, mountain biking, canoeing, cross-country skiing, etc. etc. etc. Kevin's excitement was palpable and completely understandable as he took us out for a scramble at the Granite Dells, his favorite park -- 10 minutes from his house, with a swimmable lake surrounded by enormous hikable, scramble-able fingers of rock. We all had a ...
... wonderful, but unfortunately, the park is overrun with Children with Lights. That’s what happens in popular parks during peak times on Weekends.
Note To Self – Only go to Parks when Children are in School or Jail.
After Cara drove Alan on a hike that threatened his life, he came home to Me, to Me, to huggle and snuggle, and at this very moment I am inside his shirt, tucked somewhere warm. Makes it hard to type, ...
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