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Travel Blogs from South Cle Elum
... head was in the feet end and the zipper was zipped closed except for around my face so I looked like a glow worm toy that had shuffling feet on the bottom end. As the runners streamed through, I was overwhelmed with stories about how horrible the the previous miles were for them-the downhill was killing their knees, they couldn't stop vomiting, they felt horrible. Some people looked like death warmed over. Two people stood out to me as being ...
... white mountains lit up by distant sunlight.
On the water the ferry system was in fully swing, Anne and I watched them come, go, and pass each other on the Sound.
The kids still asleep, Anne and I walked out to the very first Starbucks A) to get some coffee and B) to say we did it. On the way back we walked past a French Bakery at the corner where a line was beginning to form.
Window to the market.
We went back to our ...
While looking for a website to adequately describe an arastra I found the following -
"an arrastra is an ancient mill used to pulverize ore, especially ore containing gold.
The wheel goes around and drags a large stone over the rock lined bottom of the tub.
Liquid mercury is put in the bottom of the tub to amalgamate with the fine gold
as it ...
... or at least I can’t help but get along with these sorts of people).
He invites me outside for a joint and I agree. There is a saying 'Beer before grass you’re on your ****, grass before beer you’re in the clear’ and I’m not sure how true this is because based on the saying I should’ve been on my ****. I can say that after a few separate sessions outside I was pretty wasted… plus Mitch and ...
I went snowboarding with the intention of pushing myself to the next level. This meant increasing my speed down the mountain. I didn't want to just traverse, slowdown and traverse again anymore. So I decided I’d face my board diagonally down the hill and try to carve it. I still need to put more work into it to get my carving technique to be smoother. I learnted that when ...