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... water, and if I do sip, it's just to rid myself of water weight. To my surprise, when I turned on my phone to check for signal, I saw that I had a VM from Jay, the jack Mormon I was hiking with when I first started the trail. I called him back and we chatted for a while. He ended going faster because he had some kinda Alaskan cruise he had to go to with family. So he was ...
... and had lunch. We'll go back this evening again. It's hard to believe we have been on the road for almost 3 1/2 months and that I'm not tired of traveling or being in the HB. What a great trip it has been. I'm looking forward to reading my blog to remind myself what we have seen and done. Too much to recall! But tomorrow we will be home. Then it's clean up time and reorganizing for the next adventure. Until next ...
... ate dinner outside on their enormous rooftop deck taking in all the surrounding architecture of downtown backdropped by the mountains. Pretty amazing.
After dinner, we played a rousing game of Euchre. And, a surprise to me, we celebrated my birthday with homemade key lime pie and gifts. Thank you Anne and Michael for such a warm welcome to Ashland!
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... I will have company in Norway and fellow students in Germany. I am however, concerned that once I set off on my own I will see so many great things that I will be desperately wanting to share the experience with someone. 3) This trip will result in a rough next year back in Ashland, Oregon. This is a dumb fear, but I've thought about it enough for it to make the list. What if I have the greatest time ever and come home and all I do is wish I was back in Europe? I ...
... the humungous 4000 sq. mile Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia we reckoned we had done really big Salt Flats.
What we did do though was visit the fascinating and thought provoking historic WW2 airfield at Wendover which is famous as the field at which thousands of American bomber crews were trained. More significantly this was the airbase at which final touches were made to the atomic bombs dropped on Japan and from which the B-29 aircraft that dropped them over Nagasaki ...