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... me look around and properly take in my surroundings and even though the area seemed fine, there were a few dodgy eyes pinned to the four aussie girls. We got a cab back.
Thursday was the first day we didnt have any more orientation events on as the freshmen were moving in. I was up at 8am as the music was blaring in the courtyard and kids, parents and ram welcome leaders swarmed Corbett Hall as they moved all their stuff in. What I found unusual was how the sorrority girls and ...
... at the summit of Vail Pass. But, I passed the summit a little wet but OK. Then I got closer to the tunnel. A few miles out the snow was heavy, the roads were slushy and temperature was hovering at 34. My bike was giving me ice warnings and the flashing road signs were reminding me of the same. I fought hard through the snow, approaching the tunnel. It was especially pleasant when a car would pass me, then dart in ...
... the bra out to dry in the sunshine. Nada, nothing, zilch. Only a cocky blackbird in the tree, sqawking in what I am sure was mocking amusement. Just as I was rationalizing the situation by considering just how many possible places can there be for a missing bra in my house, Ed called to see how my morning was going (actually better than his was, but that is a story for another day).
I told him about the bizarre mystery and ...
After covering so much territory during my 4,260 mile motorcycle trip, its a bit hard to decide which highlights to share, but here is a list of those that really stand out in my mind.
- Banff National Park: Moraine Lake, Banff Springs Hotel, super-friendly Canadians!
- Jasper National Park: Athabascan Falls, Mt Edith Cavel, Lake Maligne, Miette Hot Springs. Jasper Town, its friendly residents and ...
... Dad even thought it was fun. His first (and only) experience riding horse was as a kid with Sugar the pony. It brought back memories of the poem that he made several years back - "Sugar was a pony that wasn't very sweet, in fact she was the meanest thing you'd ever want to meet..." Needless to say his prior memories were not very pleasant.
When we got back to the campground Dad, Maddie, and Jared went to look for the horseshoe. Jared was determined ...