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This morning the first place we went to was a slough. We went on a trail there. We were only at the slough for that trail. The slough also there are to many pictures so I will show you when I get home. The next place we went was Snoqualmie Falls. All there really was, was a waterfall but it was beautiful! Lunch was at a place called Remlinger Farms. It was sort of cafeteria style. Next was Pike Place Market. At ...
... adjacent hill and push it down to build up the low lying area. However, before they could get the wheels in motion, people started rebuilding. In another logical turn of events (insert sarcasm here), the government then decided to build granite walls on the border of the roads where people had built (ie the kerb) and backfill the roads in those areas. Then footpaths were built to bridge into the first floor of all of these buildings. This process occurred over 33 ...
The first part of day involved some contact with Anita and Luke after they arrived in LA at around 850 (about 2 hrs 20 minutes late). As they arrived within just after an hour of their onward flight, the airline dos not automatically book them on the next available flight to Seattle. Although they were given some form of express transit pass, they spent a long time in customs and missed their flight which left around 1045. By the time they go ...
... all very informative!!) from the guide was driving me crazy!!!...he was such a nice guy and he did all the 'right' things - but I just wanted him to stop talking!!! ( might have been the early rising) But even as we walked the temple - we were kept 'in formation' with the guide setting the pace with his comments. So I just exited from group - did my own walking of the terraces...trying to be mindful of the teachings of the Buddha ...
... the expression of my learning and joy in travel. Someday I want to host
retreats or tours to select inspiring locations, with opportunities for cooking
classes, art, and guided exploration of the areas. I want to offer a “surround”
of my own, especially for those in transitional places in their lives. As trains approach their destinations in Europe, the announcement comes to"Mind the Gap" when exiting. So that is exactly what I am doing in the meantime.
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