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Sad this morning saying goodbye to Mark as he had to leave us and head back to San Francisco to start his long journey home. He had chosen the cheapest option to reach the US and this had meant 3 stopovers for him, which would give him only a 2 hour margin for getting back to teach in Ulsan on 22nd August. Mark, being Mark, had met a young German …
... a sign that said 18 miles to go! WTF!! Obviously the signs weren't gonna be any help on the trip.
We passed half dome and the exhaustion started to hit. The ait was thinning. We had been climbing for 5 hours and had gone up 6000 Ft. Putting us at a total of 10,000 Ft., and yet we pressed on as day light wore down. 12 miles down 12ish to go...? We weren't really sure.
A ranger told us there was a chance of rain, and when she asked about our gear, we lied and said we had ...
... with my Abroad group in high spirits feeling I had succeeded in my classes.
The delta was beautiful and seeing everyone for the last week was both good and bad. We had gotten tired of each other, but in the same way people get tired of being around their family. I miss all of them so much already, and I'm lucky enough to be in California with the larger chunk of students. I will probably never forget that trip for the rest of ...
So It's been a month and a little bit. It's good to be home. I try and reminisce on Tanzania, but am bogged by summer school and planning for a fall semester in Botswana.
I mention Africa often, and If I could go back and change how I did things. I wouldn't. I had the experience of a lifetime, and I feel like I left behind a small footprint.
Life's a lot about searching. Some people find what they ...
... stop on her way home to oversee the public who had spotted the bear.
In the valley, we stopped to watch rock climbers on the vertical rock face of El Capitan. They looked so tiny on the huge mountain that they were practically invisible…crazy people! A man had set up a telescope to watch them and he let Doog take a photo through the objective. From the telescope you could also see that they were setting up camp for the night in a tent that had ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Jackie and Jerry are great hosts, they made us so welcome into their beautiful home. Jackie gave us a good suggestion for our evening meal and went out of her way to make our stay comfortable. The gardens here are beautiful (and the chickens are entertaining) and Jerry has a fantastic workshop for doing up old Harley motorbikes. Filling breakfast with home made jelly and delicious egg dish (from the hens!) and we would definitely stay here again.
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