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... Sunday. Just as we began to spread out our clothing to dry on the picnic table it began to sprinkle. We can’t buy a sunny day! Kelsey and I put on a pair of wet and muddy pants and dirty socks and hit the trails. We decided to hike Avalanche Pass down to Avalanche Lake. It was a treacherous trail. Hikers have to register at the trail head with an attendant before the hike in case of an accident or a hiker disappearing. The trail had been completely eroded by ...
... much to do leaving no time to enjoy anything. Amid the chaos and noise of the world, my mind drifts back to those idyllic days of childhood and that most perfect of places.
Today, I travel across this country enjoying the awesome beauty God created simply to share with us. “Enjoy,” He says. “I made it for you.”
From a grateful and thankful heart I reply, “Yes, you did and I love it all… especially ...
So the time had finally come for us to cross the border and say good bye to the beautiful and friendly Canadian people. There was some apprehension I will admit. We had our story straight, had a travel destination and had all required passports at the ready. We were two Australian residents, driving a car purchased and insured in British Columbia heading into New York State to visit for less than 90 days. We had a flight out of the country and had enough money to look after ...
... grouped together. Using local guide books and the internet able to optimise the number of peaks hiked in the time spent in the Adirondacks.
The beatiful scenery, the good companionship, exercise mixed with some of the challenges the 46 peaks presented made the effort worthwhile. The local area provides stores for supplies and interesting people ...
... feel some turbulence. The pilot, Rusty, spent most of the flight drinking coffee and eating celery sticks which was actually quite comforting - he was obviously relaxed.
We touched down very gently on a very snowy runway and taxi'd to the door at the terminal, now that's service! Once we got in and the pilot delivered our bags to us, we went to call a taxi. Anthony made a couple of calls and the first guy said normally he would come straight out but his dad had hurt his hand ...
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