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... Airport, a user-friendly aerodrome where parking is cheap and wi-fi is free.
Our trajectory, however, closely resembles being launched from a slingshot. From Bradley we fly west (?) to Chicago, where we wait for several hours.
... (Enjoy this moment of empathy, waiting for the ...
... 8217;s a sour plum tea mixed with cranberry juice, honey, and fresh lemon juice with a hint of rose water and an actual tiny rosebud floating in it. Delicious!
After dinner we decided to change into our sleeping clothes, fold our beds down completely flat, and try to get a few hours of sleep before we landed in Vancouver. Fully lie flat beds make a world of a difference for long haul flights. Bringing our own pillows was ...
... spraying in expanding foam into all the nooks and crannies. It's a tight space but we really don't want more visitors so worth it.
After spending ALL day Saturday we were not as far along packing as we had hoped. Our goal was to be ready to leave early Sunday morning. However, even after staying up late Saturday we needed most of Sunday morning to complete the pack out process.
By 11am we were ready to go! Niagara falls here we ...
- Badlands & Mt. Rushmore
- Grand Tetons
- Salt Lake City
- Sequoia National
- The Grand Canyon
We're going to be flexible with our itinerary - if we want to stay somewhere longer we will. If we are done sooner, we'll move on. No reservations! (Sounds like a good name for a TV show :-))
This trip is made possible ...
... from the western side of the ridge, and then made our way to the TV towers and former WWLP studios.
On the way down, we were greeted by a Bernese mountain dog named Yogi. He and his parents greeted us and we continued down. We were jealous of the six pack of Sam Adams they were carrying.
All in all, a great hike on a great day.
Life is ...