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... in this world, we have been so blessed this happened here.
It seems this has made our adventure a little difficult to carry on so we will be heading straight to Texas where VA will get my Dave back up and running in no time. We both can't wait get back to our tent but for now, we'll deal with what life has given us and be grateful for every day we have, especially every day we have each ...
... I heard the hope-inspiring sound of an engine of a vehicle. A small truck appeared over the top of the hill and a couple of college-aged kids hopped out. They offered to help me push it out, though I though for sure it would be fruitless. It turned out what really helped was someone with very little body weight in the driver seat with some gentle pushing from behind. When I was out of the thick of it, I thanked them with as many words as I could, and watched ...
... silent meditation pools, so Matt and I had to practice our nonverbal communication skills under a sign that read "Please refrain from conversation and sexual activity" while many women were seemingly tantrically becoming mothers quite appropriately on Mother's Day. We did a good job of following the silent rule (and the other rules too!) until we had to seriously supress laughter at the sight of the pool cleaning guy. He was fully nude, of course, with a handlebar mustache, and ...
... had their own special uniqueness qualities about them. They offered the bulk of the amazing art, ancient ruins and structures that were so breath taking. These cities are definitely a must see while visiting Italy. They posses sights that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world.
To reiterate the highlights for me of this trip:
I first would have to say the day we went to Fornovolosco and Camiore to see Tom’s family tops the list. It was ...
... Dana arrived. The two new WWOOFers had been hitchhiking from near San Luis Obispo for three days and were exhausted of course. But they seem really cool and we look forward to getting to know them. Holly had only picked up Coronas so we made the most of it and mixed with lime and sparkling apple cider, not bad. Jen threw her potato, tofu dish in the oven and Matt made a stir fry. It was a another late dinner with more new ...