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... covered a lot today! During this discussion one of the older gentlemen in the group joined in. We were talking about how the Lebanon Mountain Trail is a very simple idea. It's just a trail, after all. All you do is walk on it. A lot of people, let's be honest, are going that think that's a pretty boring thing to do. I hope my pictures change some of their minds! We also talked about how half of the experience of the trail is really ...
... 8217;s son, Charbel, started talking to me in French and he told us his dad would give us a lift to the bus stop where we’d be able to get a bus home. On route they offered us to come over for coffee and said we could even sleep at their house if we wanted. We declined… saying we were just really tired and were going to go home. But really, how nice was that!? Luke and I decided that we need to start doing more nice things.
... environment. It was blissful. On the other hand, it also made me a little nervous. Considering my brother just broke his tibia snowboarding in Colorado, I couldn't help but think, "who is going to find me when I break my leg?" or "Are there mountain lions around here?"and even "I have no idea where I'm going and the trails are not well marked, so what happens when I get lost?" Luckily, none of the above happened, and it was ...
MLK Jr. said "man is man because he is free to operate within the framework of his destiny. He is free to deliberate, to make decisions, and to choose between alternatives. He is distinguished from animals by his freedom to do evil or to do good and to walk the high road of beauty or tread the low road of ugly degeneracy." It's an important reminder for me to try to walk the high road in day-to-day life. I hope that we, collectively, can choose that as ...
... house for dinner. Johanna prepared some pasta salad and fahtoush (sp?). It was delicious of course. It was around 11PM or so and I was burned and tired from the day and headed back to Nounou's house for bed.
Alain and Christelle come in today from Paris! Patrick and I will pick them up from the airport at 2PM. Patrick said that tonight we will go to a bar/club with them in downtown. Should be fun. Until later...