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Sunday, July 7;
Today started with Breakfast hoasted by Karen & Mark at a local resturant for all the wedding guests. Very Nice! After that Judy and I head back to our hotel to RE-Pack our bags for Europe. After check out we go to Strauch's Home for the afternoon then off to the airport. At security check in I realized that I had Karin's car keys in my pocket. So "Karin's keys" went on tour as you will see in the Eruope ...
... amp; we
have a big shopping day planned tomorrow to start getting
her costume ready! I've opted for a less scary but far more
patriotic idea, I'm repping the Aussies & going as a koala
(though I'm fully expecting to end up looking more like a
mouse than anything, but hopefully a mini branch of ...
... I loved Renoir but I kept getting drawn to them from across the room. We didnt have enough time there... only 2.5 hours... but they were closing so we were off to the Eiffel Tower.
When we exited the museum, the sun had just set and it was this jewel-blue color with dark spotty clouds. Robert grabbed my hand so we could stand for a minute and take it in. A couple hours later when we were on top of the Eiffel tower, the moon was a burnt orange color, the same as the ...
... but this is their energy source. The locals are used to it, I guess. Back on the trail, we see a house like structure and relief sets in. We're just a little more than halfway done and it's just about 1:00 p.m. After a short rest and lunch, we ready to move on. Now we get into the groove of things and then start to go downhill. Sore legs, a break and downhill don't mix. This is where we start with the hot and muggy rainforest leg of our journey. Then someone, halfway ...
Before arriving at our next campsite we visited the Mariposa Grove. This home to the Giant Sequoias, the largest living things on Earth. These true giants were impressive, not the tallest trees, that would be the redwoods, but the largest in volume and up to 30ft across. You can fit dozens of people at the base of these things, some of which were 3000 years old. We hiked through the Sequoias and Douglas Fur Trees with the white ...
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