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... street but instead took a left turn to enact the backup plan - a trip into the San Bernardino mountains. It was definitely a worthwhile trip as the road into the mountains climbed steeply through many hairpin turns from just over 1000 feet above seal level on the valley floor to an elevation of about 4000 feet before levelling off somewhat. All the way to this point the view was magnificent offering a view of the valley every second turn. ...
... with scary eyes that follow you as you drive past. We were again on (or still on - we hadn't noticed earlier) the Beale Wagon Road as we drove through the large Kingman, but a not unattractive Kingman where they hold an annual Route 66 Classic Car Rally. Then came the switchbacks of the narrow Oatman 'highway' where Harry got all excited again like he had when we approached the climb to Jerome out of Cottonwood. The rock formations on the side of the mountain range ...
... at some of their vacation books. Comparing sites we all have seen.
Mike and Jenny invited us to come down for the wedding and stay with them in January. We decided we would try to come down the week between Christmas and New Years so we could be here a little early to help with the wedding on (1/10/13), especially any last minute updates on the dress.
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As I write you all about November I realize that today is the last day of the month so I guess it's good timing. Even though I only have two weeks of classes left and finals to take care of it's important to me that I take a moment to keep connected with all of you at home and fill you in.
Ok so November for me was so full of many adventures and memories. First of all, my twin sister and I turned 22 on the 3rd and it was fun ...
... worked 12-hour days, climbing and dangling from trees, lashing and cutting and shooting sawed-off shotguns to run lines, getting covered in pitch head to toe, all living together in a large house on Lark Road, the so-called Larkhouse. Let me tell ya - there's nothing like spending time with a group of fit, tanned, surfing, rock-climbing guys that don't like to wear shirts to make you feel like a fat slob. Girls, you probably wouldn't complain ...