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Travel Blogs from Caldwell
... will never ski - cold and snow being number one and two. On the way to the cabin we encountered a large sheep herd moving to a new grazing area led by one smart sheep dog. Phil and Christy treated us to an old fashioned cook out with burgers, hot dogs, and marshmallows. The cabin is a modern yet rustic mountain get away.
... to the gym before breakfast and was pleased to report that some old gent had called her ‘awesome’ – I agree, although I was not sure whether the gentleman in question meant that her running machine action was awesome, or that she was awesome as a person – so encouraging Americans, something to try to emulate.
Then it was loading up the pimp-mobile and heading off East on Interstate 84. ...
... still in my purse. Oh, No! I left the kids at the gate, grabbed my cell phone because it had my electronic boarding pass on it, my car keys and literally RAN all the way back out to the back of the parking lot to put my keys back in the car. Who knew I could actually run?! :) I threw my keys in and RAN back into the airport. I got back in the security line relieved that I didn't have my bags or computers so I could just fly through ...
When I woke up today, I told my parents goodbye so they could go to class and then went straight to work on math homework. At 9:00, Caleb and I went to the main buildings Chapel-turned-cafeteria to set up for the canidate luncheon. We got the drinks and centerpeices ready. At the luncheon all I ate was a cookie because I don't particually like taco soup. My family talked with some new MAF people and some old friends of ...
Happy 2011! I trust this new year finds you in good health and great spirits!
We left Tulsa on December 18th and spent Christmas in Colorado with family. We left there on the 27th and headed towards Nampa, ID. We saw Mt. Rushmore and made it ALMOST to Yellowstone, when the roads to Yellowstone were closed due to bad weather. "Bad Weather" is an understatement! We drove for two days through white-out conditions through ...
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