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... pisco sour is made with Pisco, which is a kind of brandy, mixed with sugar, citrus juice and egg white. I bet drinking an uncooked egg is more likely to kill you than a champagne cork is. Or maybe just eat some mayonnaise that you left on the counter overnight. Or lick a strip of bacon before you cook it. Life is about risks, no?
Falling coconuts kill almost 150 people per year--but probably only if you ...
... Feeling a bit at sea, I did some research. I read an essay called "Cahill's Tavel 101". Tim Cahill, a prolific travel writer, suggests that beyond the "obvious" travel rules to remember (like spelling your son's name correctly on airline reservations...whoopsie!), in each and every trip we should identify a quest. Because this gives our travels purpose. According to Cahill, the quest is "the most significant and consequential of all travel ...
... of my new Ecuador birdbook is 4 pages long (about 137 different kinds of hummingbirds in one country!) And that's enough for me to be super excited about going there.
We had a little pushback about our winter travel this year, but not from the middle school, where my boys just started 6th grade. This year's pushback came from a bit closer to home. My dad, when I told him about our trip, sighed loudly, rolled his eyes dramatically, and ...
... a taxi to a hotel that gave our reservation away. What a nightmare. I'm glad to have shelter tonight. 8/9/2014 1 mile (1959.5) I walked 4 miles to the cheapest health clinic in town. The doctor seemed to think I had a combination of ear and sinus infection. I got some antibiotics and headed back to James and Grant who miraculously got us a ride back to the trail. 8/10/2014 21 miles (1980.5) Today was spent in the Three sisters wilderness. It was by far my favorite ...
... time. There are videos with seats interspersed throughout the museum that are on continuous feed. I watched some about women in early aviation, restoration, replication of an early flight. They were interesting and informative.
The museum started with a collection of 40 planes from Terry Brandt. He and his father had made money by investing in the Shockwave Shaker, a system that would grip the trunk of the tree ...
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