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... if it’s wet, and sometimes your poles just get in the way.” I remember my own miserable experience on the Minong two years before. “Then there are the endless ups and downs. You bake on the ridges in the sun and are just starting to cool off in the woods when it’s time to go up on the ridges again. And sometimes the rocks are tricky to get down from, especially if you are short.” I’m referring to my own experience here, ...
... marking or darkening of the load side of the insert. This would typically indicate excessive loading. It was not showing any sign of failure...just some excessive pressure. This cylinder had a different brand sparkplug in it. I broke a plug while working on the engine prior to installing it in the car just before the trip and I went to NAPA and had them provide me a plug of equal heat range...but they only had one in a different brand. I ...
... for souvenirs. I packed pretty lightly, like 3 shorts, 1 jean, 1 capri, 5 shirts, not much at all if you know me. When I go home for a weekend, I can honestly say I bring more home than I am for my 2 month voyage. So I have a backpack, a small cinch backpack for the beach/ walking around town and a small purse (thanks ThirtyOne).
My first stop is Oslo. That's in Norway for all you geographically challenged people ;) hahaha. My plane leaves at 1:45pm and ...
... soon enough... We've already hit a few stops, and given that, Chad has deemed it necessary to start a point system. Here is how it works: ok, we don't exactly know how it works, but basically, every time one of us delays our travels, we are given one point. So far, here are the standings: Mike - 1: one point awarded for being sick and forgetting to sign my passport Jared - 1: one point for unknowingly ...
... Vice President Humphrey was a champion for civil rights and many of his quotes seem to resonate with me and my upcoming year of service. Humphrey said, “The moral test of Government is how that Government treats those who are in the dawn of life, children: those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick and needy, the handicapped.” Government may not be my ...