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... Equinox (7oz)
Thin yellow windbreaker
2 long-sleeved tops/SPF material
White blouse/SPF material
2 hiking pants
Headbands/sweat bands, 1 Buff
Shampoo/cream rinse concentrate (3 oz) REI
Kleenex packs-3 small
Small towel-quick dry
Medium sized safety pins-20 for hanging ...
... of my mind for having embarked on this journey in the first place), I will walk another 90km (56 miles) to Finisterre (a village at the Atlantic Ocean, historically known as "the ends of the earth"). Plans are to return to the good old USA on Oct. 27th.
Wear One... Wash One: My loaded backpack (with trekking poles) weighs in at a svelte 10lbs/4oz. This required my packing only the barest of necessities. Thus, only two sets of ...
... always protected me in my youth from being beaten up by our “chip-on-the-shoulder” brother Carver. When I first came to Michigan State University a month ago, Hiker told me that if I ever get into trouble or need $200 quickly, she would help me. I am comforted knowing that her offer is available.
“A wedding, how exciting,” I reply, “but I have no way of getting to ...
... out for the best.
We did nice little things like have dinner with Joanie and take Krysia (also known as Chris) shopping. Leo came out to show us his pictures of Prague. We met at the Macaroni Grill in Livonia for lunch. It was a pleasant time.
Leo's pictures reminded us of or trip to see Gordon in Prague. Leo had stayed with ...
... farms and went through numerous small towns, even passing the Michigan International Speedway. After our campus tour, we found a nice Mexican food restaurant, El Chapulin. From what we were able to discern, chapulin is a kind of grasshopper that is actually eaten in Mexico. Thankfully, none was offered on the menu, or I’m sure Wendell would have ordered some to try. Returning to the campground, we spent a while sitting ...