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As a family we decided this year to have a simple Christmas. We made each other homemade gifts and everyone seemed happy! I was overwhelmed with the thought and effort that everyone put into making their gifts and it is a Christmas I will never forget, so far it has been the best one ...
... crops (to be an example to the rest of the valley that you don’t have to just plant hay and potatoes- hops, for example), and raises sheep for slaughter and for their fibers (merino sheep), which she knits into hats and sweaters. She also keeps an angora rabbit to add its fibers to the mix.
We played with Elena’s goats, watching their parkour skills and feeding them bread as a treat. Elena taught us how to milk them and Alex and I milked enough out ...
... fully pimped out with a green valour interior, convertible back seat bed and a thousand switches and gauges we have no idea what do. Introducing Bruce.
We couldn’t pick him up straight away as he had to go back to the shop to get the final once over. We didn’t mind as Cleave had taken the day off to take us hiking ...
... leaving Osier we passed a monument to President Garfield, then got our first glimpse of the Toltec Gorge, and immediately went through Rock Tunnel 360 ft. long. Then we did another horseshoe curve called Phantom Curve that gave us great views of Toltec Gorge. At the end of this curve we went through Mud Tunnel which unlike the rock tunnel, requires wooden supports over its 342 ft. length. We can still see the Rio de Los Pinos down in ...
... on the coach while Liam conked out on the leather chair. After fueling up at a gas station it was onto a little state park by a a tiny lake. We went swimming and had an early to bed. The next morning we woke to an empty tank of water and an air leak. It took a few minutes for grandpa to figure out what the problem was but soon it was solved with the closing of a plug. We watered up and were off to Dino national park before ...
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