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... for 90 minutes of shopping. Harlan and Pete thought we should be able to do it in about 45 minutes, but we let them know that wasn’t an option. We made it through the shops in the allotted time, which surprised the guys. There were some cute clothes, but like most tourist shops, prices were on the high side. I chuckled because the clothes were a perfect fit for Durango, but definitely not for AZ. Saved me some dinero!
... listed above and you have recommendations we would love to hear from you.
Our portion of the cruise is the “shirttail” of the three month
cruise entitled “Passage
to the Far East” and has been a very popular thread for the
past two years on Cruise Critic.com The folks that embarked in Rotterdam on the
9th of January are already blogging and I will provide those links in my next
... futile. The wind continued to pull her, her body felt transparent and vulnerable against the mighty gusts that prevailed. Flailing like a kite tossed about across the Indian ocean, her body was pulled across the Tropic of capricorn to the far reaches of the planet she felt the dry thirst of the dessert of Australia, She began coughing and gasping for air a feeling of power then began to overtake her. Thrusting herself downward she was able to propel herself in ...
... shop as we were traveling to the town. The potter’s wife was fun Michigan originally, so it was fun to talk with her for a bit. I did purchase a honey jar!
We took another ferry to the mainland and headed North on Highway 5. Traveling through areas that looked like you were on I-94, we arrived in Bellingham for the night, which was about 30 miles from the Canadian border.
... service. We laughed a lot during the ceremony.
After we said our vows and exchanged rings, Benny used his manly strength to stomp on a light bulb (none of the wine glasses in the B&B seemed appropriate to destroy) in an effort to demonstrate he appreciates the fragility of love.
Sarah and Benny then walked to the edge of the bluff, and Benny said: "There's some things I've been meaning to tell you ..." Which causes us ...