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... the upper deck. As far as I could tell there was only one set of stairs up to the club and upper levels. The flow was not nearly as good as Angel Stadium. Their promotion for the day was to allow the kids to run the bases after the game. I believe a fee was involved but it went to charity. Some of the kids were allowed to play tee ball and romp in jump houses, not sure why some were allowed and some were not but it was a pretty ...
... at rattler while checking out the stone wall enclosure at the top of the mountain. She was probably a foot-and-a-half away from it when it rattled. I was outside of this enclosure so I didn't see it. All I saw was Karen running out of the enclosure with an arched back. I posted the picture of the prayer area on the top of Tortugas mountain. And back to Camelback mountain we did hike the entire mountain. It took us about 1-1/2 hours to climb ...
... farmers on their list who you can stay with. the list is $40 but the stay is free of charge. you work on the farm and they provide accommodations and food... or at least this is my understanding thus far. with just a quick glance over the list of farms available to me, the first one i saw was absolutely amazing! check it out y'all: http://www.anihuereserve.com/. who knows where i'll end up, but if ...
... at the Apple store. All good, and lots of love.
What I learned about myself:
The very first night that Sandy and I were out for dinner, we were talking about my new adventures in life and she said something about how to be me. I told her I needed the list, to write it down for me.....she did. This is what I am working on.....now and probably for the rest of my life. She knows me so well!!
... edge as her fear of heights would prevent us travelling more than 10 miles an hour and the white knuckles gripping the streets wheel were enough to scare me. A quick swap and a few pictures and we continued through a winding mountain road, where all I was subjected too was continual screaming about cliffs, speed limits, and I think at one point genuine tears of fear. At this point we had to make a decision cancel the Apache Trail or continue an hope it wasn't too steep a ...
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