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Leaving the rim of the caldera, our eyes followed down the slope to
the northwest, we saw patches of snow looking like a mosaic of jigsaw
puzzle pieces laid out on an earth table. The smoke still filtering
the sunlight clearing slowly as we drove down out of the park.
The rest of the day is spent driving along two lane roads to …
... to large multinational companies and financial institutions, such as banks. However, because of the advancement of the communications technology and also the existence of high speed internet, Trading in the late 90s is now for everyone who is interested in trading in the Forex market. Currency trading, for a beginner trader, is simply the buying and selling of different currencies around the world. This could look not difficult for everybody, nevertheless you should ...
... next to us at Le Florimond in Paris.
It's time to put a wrap on the blog for this trip. Thanks for reading and for being a fellow (though vicarious) traveler with us on this journey. We've enjoyed your comments and hearing from you while making our way through Paris, the City of Light, and the country of France. Here are a few more pictures from the trip.
Until we travel together again, au revoir and bon voyage. Sante!
Mike and ...
... in that field. No way! Yes, way. After some research we conclude that it was most likely a rough legged hawk. It gets its name from its feather covered legs which come in handy when they migrate to the Arctic. Those hawks have been observed hunting voles from the ground. The bird searches for its prey then flies low and pounces on it prey, then repeats the procedure. We actually saw two rough legged hawks using this hunting technique.
Our home for four nights is ...
... ride from Yellowstone to West Glacier was over some really good roads with little traffic and great scenery, although we did have a full day of 550 miles, which is a good day on these curves roads. The KOA at West Glacier was a welcome sight, even though I rode right past it and Greg had to haul me down and redirect me. We had dinner in the campground, which had a surprisingly good restaurant serving breakfast and dinner. Then off to a great nights sleep to prepare us for Glacier ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center