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... So up we went again! He was right! The thrill of the downhill ride was exhilarating!
We have had a marvelous vacation, and visiting with friends and family made it that much better. We love you Jen & Dale, Steph & Adam, Bets, and Diane & Gary. Thank you for everything!
We have arrived home safely after visiting nine states, taking countless pictures, and putting about 4800 miles on our trusty Suzuki. Signing off until next time...
... it, too: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1Evwgu369J w Shower at the Y, step outside, breathe in the view, go to sushi (Lauren, Alicia, Kim, me, Jacob, Christine for a minute, and Syrena). Come back to host. Talk with Kim. Be scared by the security guard (we thought he was a homeless man). Talk with Hannah. Be tickled by Taylor. Be nursed and doctored by Carlee and BreeZer for my blood blister. Blog. Go to sleep. ...
I am pleased with myself for being able
to recount these last three weeks! It was taxing! Most days I can't
even remember what I had for lunch!
Prayers for firefighters everywhere.
Prayers for the families of the 19 brave souls taken from Arizona
Enough for now! Stay well.. do good..
..hope you enjoy the ...
... was behind me and would not stop kicking my seat the entire flight. I couldn’t help but think how nice it would have been if we had switched seats…so he could have kicked the douche bag’s seat the whole flight. But nope. I was stuck in a loser sandwich for 3 hours. But one thing I did note…As we were landing everyone…douche bags included all looked out the window. The land looks so beautiful from above …so ...
...on the top of Pike's Peak (14, 110 ft above sea level) and at the Air Force Academy.
Today was a long day, but an interesting one. I had left it too long to check on tickets for the cog train up to the top of Pike's Peak (one can drive, but that is much more arduous and much less interesting), so we were figuring on getting tickets to the 4:00 or 5:40 trains when I called at 7:30 a.m. The plan was to go visit the ...
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