Songbird Prairie Bed & Breakfast
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... were so, so lucky that my cousin Terry, her daughter Robin, and her children Des (5), Simon (3), and Fiona (7 months) had the time to join us. We were also lucky that they were troopers, the kids especially, in a museum that turned out to be totally and completely strange. Robin and I agreed that we just didn’t “get it.” The first gallery was just a room on the fourth floor with a giant chute in the floor that opened up to a several story drop. ...
... will all make this semester a once in a lifetime experience for me. My classes finish in late April, and afterwards I will be backpacking until mid-May. I am so fortunate to have this memorable opportunity, and I cannot wait to begin my adventure! I hope to write at least once a week and post lots of pictures so that I can remember even the little things of this semester. Thanks for reading, and I can't wait to share my semester with you!
... onto his Wrangler. He had a roll cage he put in etc......And to top it off this guy raced NASCAR untill 2002 and had cool racing stuff all over his shop.
Anyways.....he also now informed me that my pitman arm angle was terrible and I should really get a drop down pitman arm which costed me 75 bucks online...and he could install for 60. I guess it was straining my steering etc....which in the ...
... into it. Or maybe, it is even more than that, mature, well seasoned camping gear has a personality. That may sound crazy, but it’s true. Over there are the trousers with the buttons on the pockets that are quiet and warm, and make me feel swift and stealthy when I wear them in the woods; and here is the insolent flashlight that has moments of brilliance, but must be pressed into service with violent shaking and, that failing, ...
... be able to carry enough food, water, and gear to last a couple of days. It should also stabilize the machine a little to get some of the weight moved up to the front, which will help a lot on those mountain roads, and I should have a lot easier time getting things out of my bags, because they won't be packed up so darn tight this time.
The ole' Surly doesn't look too bad right now. After getting the new casette, chain, and rear wheel in Austin. And the new bottom ...