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... 2 hours Whether from altitude, or the cold or just plain camping. People always seem to dream more, weirder dreams. Last night my dreams took me to China, then the Korean war, before they finally brought me to taco bell. . In Germany. And to go with the taco bell thought, the food cravings have defiantly started. I won't get to big bear until tomorrow after noon, but I have been dreaming about what I'm gonna eat for at least 3 days now! I left ...
We started our day later than we had hoped but we were catching up a few hours' sleep which we had missed out during our stay. The room was quiet so we took advantage of it. We checked out around 11am and grabbed the car before deciding we needed a Starbucks to tie us over.
It had obviously been a big night for most as the line-up at Starbucks was huge. It was over half an hour before I reached the counter. Damian was almost ready to send out a search party but ...
... about our adventures whilst traveling, but Legend said that he has practically quit writing about miles or destinations or weather. Nowadays his trail journal is dedicated to one focused area; the people he meets while traveling. It was a nice reminder and subtle arrow in the direction to make sure we are enjoying and realizing the magnitude of the situation we have placed ourselves in. It was never as easy to realize that gravity as this night, sitting around with about 15 other ...
... plants, geology, and the starry night sky. He saw UFOs. He was a lifelong Theosophist and a Freemason. He traveled the world. He married twice and had a son. He immersed himself in the cultures of indigenous Americans.
In order to “prove up” his 160-acre homestead acquired under the Desert Lands Act of 1910, he was required to live on the property for seven months of every year and develop irrigation. The closest water was located in Garnet. The walk to ...
... to an Australian fella by the name of Matthew Kelly. He has been extolling the virtues of church teachings for years. He subscribes to the KISS theory. He takes complicated subject and make them very simple and easy to understand. Anyhow, his subject addressed the excuses people make for not wanting to go to Mass. Too long, Boring, The Cantor Has A Terrible Voice and a thousand more excuses he rattles off in rapid succession. Most ...