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... then walked to the post office to get our new phone covers (exciting right!!). On the way back we sat on the big rocks by the river and just enjoyed the sun and the views....in the afternoon we headed to the gym to check it out and ended up signing up as it's the most reasonably prices place around.
Thursday - I took Darren for his first ever proper gym session!!! I was pretty excited to get my hands on the ...
... there's always a next time! They also have lots of art work/canvases etc on the walls of the local area which are just amazing!
Afterwards we went to Walmart to get a big fan as the screen on our windows don't allow much breeze in and it can get pretty hot!
Darren also got a little sketch book as I keep telling him how good he is at drawing but he doesn't' think so....now he has a sketch book he can practice more and see how good he really ...
... government to obtain funding from the congress to open them.
He has lived in the Yosemite canyon almost all his life and has been doing important conservationist work to protect the park as to open kings canyon national park. When he died his ashes were dispersed from the top of the Capitan, one of his favourite mountain.I had the fortune to see some of original works in two places ; InYosemite park where is a ...
... first town between the Continental Divide and Salt Lake City to get a post office for its 8,000 residents. When John Breckinridge joined the Confederate Army two years later, the citizens were so outraged they voted to change the spelling of their town name. They swapped the first “I” with an “e” to make their town known as “Breckenridge”.
Now on to Colorado Springs and a visit to the Air Force Academy! Stay ...
... blood. It no longer makes it out to the sea. Flat, pavement-like, fast single track is what we rode the past two days, staying in a small campsite in the middle of all the bike trails. The sunsets were a gorgeous red, illuminating the mountainous rocky backdrop and as the sun set, the giant full moon came over the other side of the horizon. We are currently enjoying 15 hours of daylight, so we have biked in the cool of the morning, and out again in the afternoons as the sun sets ...