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... a home for a friend. He was headed home. We told him to take his time as he was not going to like the temperatures when he got home. It is still so pleasant, weather wise, wherever we have been so far.
Will end this segment for now as the next one will include the Devil's Tower, Mount Rushmore and the Badlands National Park. Stay tuned folks; you'll hear from me sooner than you think.
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... so I had been replaying some old “Sergeant Preston of the Yukon” videos for her while I was gone. She had developed a crush on Preston’s dog, Yukon King “swiftest and strongest lead dog in the great Northwest” and had apparently learned some tricks from him.
Lacey assumed the dog vs. bear crouch she had learned from Year 4, Episode 16, when King had found himself trapped in a Kodiak moment- and the ...
... to go get something else. Something nice and expensive… but, I don’t know if I have enough money.”
“Cody, your gift is very special but, if it will make you feel better, I’ll loan you the money. What do you want to get?” Now he was worried because he had no idea. “Okay,” I said, “tell you what. If, after they open it, you still don’t think it’s good enough, you can tell them ...
... 8220;John… the boys are here!” My mother came around the corner, arms outstretched and embraced first me and then Cody. Dad was close behind and he did the same. “Welcome home! Cody, we are so glad you are here. Come in, come in. Let me take your coats.” Cody was still in a sort of daze as he handed his coat to Mom. “Are you hungry? Let me get you something. Supper won’t be for another two hours.” I allowed as how ...
... they came, but then so did three fellow members of my EAA chapter. I am sure I will be hearing about this for a long time to come.
We finally got airborne around 10 and headed towards our house, which we circled a couple of times. We could clearly see Kay, Sean and Cocoa out in the front yard. As we straightened out on course towards the mountains, Alex asked if he could fly, so I let him. It was so great that he wanted to fly - I wasn't going to push it on him, but I ...
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