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... no time. It's an ancient method to burn herbs with the process of combustion for inhaling. However it is not necessary which combustion release substances of herbs. Vaporizing is considered a healthy alternative of smoking but it doesn't include burning. Additionally, it does not include combustion by-products and unnecessary odors. You should know which combustion may include tar, ash, deadly carbon monoxide and other ...
“No, we realized we’d miscounted,” he says, waving at her to stand up so he can toss the rope into the compartment she was sitting on top of.
This captain is very different from the by-the-book guy we had on the way out to the island. For one thing, he’s in cut-offs, a T-shirt, and bare feet. His beard makes him look a bit like a hippy. I hope he’s better at sailing than he is at counting.
As the ...
... out alone. We see moose prints, but no moose. We also pass buildings mentioned in the book I’ve been reading, but luckily encounter neither Windigo nor killer wolf-hybrids. We trudge back to camp. Later we take a second tour of the Nature Trail but still see no moose.
When dusk is imminent, I ask Zan, “What time did you see the moose last night?”
... to rest and I’ll happily go back out on the trail.
I guess it didn’t kick my ass after all. But it definitely smacked me around a bit.
No matter how tired she is, the first thing Julie does when she gets to camp is set up her bed. “Do you smell that?” she asks while blowing up her pad.
Neither Zan nor I do. For a change, I’m not the one smelling something no one else does.
“It’s disgusting.” Julie ...
... there are two creeks about a mile and a half apart from one another just before you reach zone 20. Once we cross that second creek, we’ll be allowed to look for a spot to camp.
Like so much in life, it sounds good on paper, but reality is more complex. In a dry year, like the last time we hiked this trail, there might be little or no water in either creek. In a wet year, like this one, there are creeks that don’t appear on the map.
That’s OK because ...