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... allows in more sunlight than I had expected. This made for a strange visual. The sounds of the game, especially the ball off the bat, are different indoors also. More on the sounds of the game later. Of course I had to look in on most well known feature of the stadium, the pool in right-center field. Two home runs ended up being hit near there but neither landed in the pool. The stadium seems to have a bunch of seating, ...
... two-thirds the way up the mountain Karen veered to the right while I stayed center. At that time a heard a rattle. Knowing immediately what it was I immediately turned around. Once I felt I was a safe distance I turned back again and saw the rattle snake. It was making its way from under one rock to two rocks side-by-side. I did take some pictures of it. So on day three as we were hiking the Tortugas mountain in Las Cruces, NM, Karen ...
yeah, i'm still in phoenix. at my dining room table. supposed to be working on my graduate school applications. but starting a travel blog sounded more exciting. plus today i received my wwoof chile list. wwoof stands for "world wide opportunities on organic farms." i'm in communication with gaston about my account and it's all very exciting. i was at first a mr. but i am now again a miss. with wwoof, ...
... take the steps forward needed to get to where we want to go. It was so great to get to know Laura better.
My visit in Phoenix was like a returning. I used to live in Phoenix for a few months in the early 70s (where I met Sandy and Beth). It was fun to have my own home base for a bit and still be able to share time with Sandy and Mindy. Oh yes, there was even an oil change for the car and a minor repair on ...
... gas lamp lights and beautiful houses. We then hit the forests and hills of the Salt River Canyon; at the time we thought the views were stunning, rolling hills with pine trees intermittently broken up by canyon cliffs, and the remnants of what we expected to be a river, though dried up, all the while with wild horses running around either side of the road; you assume right yes there was singing! Today Tanya started driving, but we had to swap over once the roads got too near to ...
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