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I'm still a little miffed with the screw up that ruined the last travelogue entry. I think the time I spent driving from Vancouver to San Francisco as well as my time in San Fran was probably the week that I did the most stuff. Plus, you didn't get to read some good stories such as the flying can of beans, my 30 minute wrestling match with my car, …
... wood and it gives the town a real old feeling. The shops were mostly souvenir shops, candy shops and restaurants. We had a good meal here at night at an Asian restaurant on the water that was pretty nice. There was supposed to be a big Mardi Gras party here at night, but it just wasn't happening. Mardi Gras is for younger partiers, not for politicians. The busiest place in Old Town at night was the Irish Pub, but that is typical anywhere in ...
... practice these rules and punishments.
Now to today: This is Kathy's Ranger Story.
Kathy had partnered with someone who chose to climb on the stairway up Uluru even though she knew the climb was not open on this day and even though our tour guide strongly advised against it on ethical grounds, So Kathy stayed on the path the other woman wanted to see how far she would decide to go on her own regardless. A ...
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I also had to remove 2.5 pounds overweight from my suitcase (jacket and pants) and put it into my backpack. Michelle didn't have problems this time because of her super-light new suitcase that she bought in Hong Kong on the way back from China.
We had now a lot of time at 6:00 AM ...
... Medicare now. The harder part is deciding what to let go of - pictures, books, small personal items, clothing. Even as were furiously digitizing as much as we can, there are still things I want to hold onto.
Dieter is shredding and I'm weeding through all my pictures. Letting go is bittersweet, but we want to be free to follow our hearts, to pick up new customs, languages and adventures. ...