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... continue traveling. But sometimes when I focus on
the feedback from, needs of, and my relationships to people in the US, I am
overwhelmed and it seems to require a lot of energy to keep my focus. So I
wanted to feel “rooted” in my chosen path before I was exposed to all the
familiar stimulation of the motherland. Just as I felt clear about that
however, I got news that my new Irish friend Helen had a tragic loss in her
family which made the ...
... to the pub. Back from the pub. It is extremely windy tonight, bins and signs were knocked over. The street lights were swaying and some of the districts power was out. We are lucky ours is not out so we got to have a chat with Mum and Dad on Skype and then a chat with Shannon. Always nice to see familiar faces. I think I am ready to put today to rest, see you ...
... the title suited. It was a pleasant enough time, it was a formal so I had the escargot again and the surf and turf, but this time I had the bee sting for desert. The ship was a little rocky with the waves and I did take two sea sick tablets before dinner and so glad I did. The ship had placed sick bags near the elevator at the restaurant for guest to use if they had to....luckily I ...
... to the car.
I had seen a fair number of people on the way down, so I was feeling okay about the potential wildlife sightings. I began my ascent up Badger Valley, which involved a little over four miles of hiking, all of them uphill. I did not see a single other person after leaving the lake, my legs aching more with each step and my head spinning with all of the potential animals I could be attacked by. I was definitely getting inside ...
Got a late start after a luxurious shower, night indoors, and use of a real laundry machine from Lexi's dorm. We coasted down a several mile hill to detour into Quilscene the night before, which we had fun climbing as our first challenge in the morning. Found a perfect spot to relax and eat lunch in Chimacum under a large Gazebo where I ...