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... winter blues by hitting Disney World or going on a Caribbean cruise.
When Matt came back from work, we watched a bit of TV before they got Kailee off to bed and I didn’t have to watch or hear any children’s songs and music anymore. I don’t know how parents do it day in and day out watching the same stuff on TV and managing to retain their sanity. I guess it is good it only lasts for the first 5 years.
This morning we got up after 7am ...
... an hour and a half hiking, we arrived at the glacier basin campground, where we stopped for a little snack break. Although it would have been a lovely lunch destination, it was only 10:30! And once we tanked up on some munchies, we continued on a different trail that lead us out of the campground, and closer to the river and glaciers. Only about 10 minutes in though we realized that this was a bit of a primitive trail, and we decided to just take a quick break ...
... we went back to the room and Erin and I started our blogs. Derek was on his computer and Larry had a shower. When we were ready we went to lobby, checked out and asked for a cab to be called to take us to the Port of Miami. We waited outside as it was warm and sunny. The Yellow Cab arrived in about ten minutes. We were dropped off right at the cruise terminal but the line was out the door and around the corner. The line ...
... pound Dolphin on the fly rod, I begin the process of bailing them in hand line style as usual.
We have the boat in gear circling, but neither of us are paying attention. Eventually, we run into this mass stalling the engine, entangled with rope. I know this because I went underwater with a dive mask to inspect, only to find 20 Black Tip sharks charging in my direction. We had to devise a plan to give me some time underwater to cut through this rope, and free ...
... even though Sandie directed us here. Allen also painted a wary picture about driving up the east coast to New York and across to Minnesota. He suggested a more direct route back through the middle and "don't stop until you get to their front door". Like a mad dash north! Allen himself had come down by train and was catching buses down in Florida….. "cautious cow-type" I muttered to Peter when out of earshot. Just in case Papa Bear was getting any ideas. But ...