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... later this week. I have both dogs, and Zuni does not like this place, as there is no doggy door, plus she is not allowed on stairs, so is confined, pretty much, to the middle/main level, but at least that's where the food bowl is. Zuni has gotten even more food-obsessed over the years (she is almost 14), esp. when it comes to watermelon or almost any other fruit!
A disappointment has been that the lightweight touring kayak I ordered from LL Bean ...
Have the upmost respect for the earth and your life. Take care of yourself, never go to war with yourself. Be thoughtful of the impact of your actions. Leave it better then you found it type mindset.
Life is somewhat of a test. What you do when nobody is watching is important too. Because you are the grader. You know whats right and wrong, and you choose RIGHT. Even if nobody sees it. Hold yourself to a higher standard.
... to get some nice mountain vistas off to the right and I knew I was a long way from Massachusetts. At one point Gordy and I pulled off to the side of the road for a photo op. We continued up and finally reached the top of the first pass. We started down and in a short distance was the first rest stop. I will now share some cycling wisdom with you. If you do any long distance rides like this and you have cleat covers make sure you bring them. In my ...
... size of a cooked Ball Park Frank and warped in shape around the knuckle. Swollen for the next week, Lindsey soaked it daily in Boric acid (thanks to Arun Sambataro for playing the role of doctor and mother!). About four days later, she tested it out on the rock and taped it up well to protect it from certain movements and direct contact with ...
... a fan of John Denver before, but now I got it!
We stopped in Aspen for lunch and were bewitched. What a gorgeous town! Green tree-lined avenues, cobbled streets, cozy hotels, cafes, restaurants and shops all nestled in between the high peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Our first stop was Hotel Leornardo where my brother Toby worked for a couple of ski seasons seven years ago. We weren't sure if anyone would remember him however at mention of ...
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