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... way to do this than to actually go out and see and experience the world for ourselves.
I am thankful to everyone who has made this trip possible, including my students! Without their trust and support, I wouldn't have anyone to share this trip with. Thanks especially to my return travelers Sarah, Nicola, Missy, Julia, Adalaia, Bradley, and Dr ...
... up with something that at least looked like gravy (Lindsay and I don't like gravy and thus couldn't be accurate judges of how good our food was...haha). We had a church service in the lodge before loading up all of the cars and going back to Timberline.
I'm not sure what convinced Daniel that Lindsay, Abbi, and I were up for the challenge of a blue slope. Abbi and Lindsay were pros and made it down with just a few falls. I made it down "Lower Almost Heaven" in a ...
... but it is stunningly beautiful which makes falling more tolerable. And by tolerable I mean that when you are on your back looking at marshmallow trees you are too distracted to register pain.
4. Riding ski lifts to the top of the mountain is incredibly peaceful. If I didn't have to come back down on skis I could have spent my whole day riding up to see the "marshmallow" trees and listening to the occasional birds that broke the silence.
There's something holy in the moment when you come around a bend in the road and catch your first glimpse of the mountains. They stand there in a rugged, powerful strength; the sun breaking through the clouds to highlight the beauty. Even if it's just the foothills, the anticipation of what is coming fills me with pure joy, excitement, and awe. Driving through Virginia and then West Virginia was the most beautiful drive I've been on since driving up the ...
... was hovering between 95 and 100 F (35-38C for Europhiles) and every traffic light went red. And these are air cooled bikes which means that they radiate a lot of heat. It is fair to say that we were hot!! Just as well summer ended last week.
However we slowly eased our way into the Shenandoah Valley and the northern Appalachians. Suddenly life was good. It was better than good – it was superb. We wound up and up and the temperature dropped by a clear ...