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... said that he heard that three mighty trolls were guarding an abandoned castle in the lonely mountain far far away. Puss in Boots also said that there was a dragon there that had been asleep for a very long time. Bilbo thanked Puss in Boots for his help and met us outside and told us what he learned. Bilbo took the ring off and became his normal self and we continued on our ...
... not to help them, however, when Gandalf came by the following day, he ordered Bilbo to help Fiona and donkey, thus Bilbo gave in and agreed to help. Gandalf warned them that they were to be going on a very dangerous journey to the lonely mountain far far away and that they should start looking for clues to find Shrek at Fiona's parents ...
I left Flagstaff after a mere 25 hours, the departing train was a bit late due to a collision with an elk, and now I'm on my way to St. Louis. This leg was particularly eventful because my train had about a dozen Amish making their way back home from three weeks in Tijuana... And no it wasn't for an epic stag party. Apparently Amish sometimes travel to Mexico for medical care and they were on their way back home to New York. Only three more days of train travel for them.
... to go look at the entrance, but they come back and say that it is too dangerous. They began to look for the secret door the map tells them about. They searched and they searched until they finally found the door. They couldn't open the door no matter what they tried. While Bilbo was sitting thinking he remembered his to open the door. They got the door open and we starred at what lyed ahead of ...
... became a jungle, with trees filling the horizon. Our first real icon of the trip would be the Chain of Rocks Bridge over the Mississippi river. Following the 66 signs through Illinois had been easy so we found the bridge with no trouble. What we had not appreciated though was just how long the bridge was, until we walked most of it. The bridge has been closed to traffic for years, partly because it is not big enough for modern day ...
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