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... pair of scissors to cut out a little piece to save as a memento.
The same goes for my shoes. I wish they could have finished tried and true, but they also disintegrated to the point that I could no longer ignore my toes sticking out or the cold metal of the pedals on my feet. It was the cold weather that finally made me give in. I could feel it too much. My good old bike shoes gave all they had like a ...
We went to several different spots around the lake and were catching all sorts of different fish.
Jeff was the first to catch a fish. Very fitting as he was the Captain for the day and then spent the rest of the day fixing up lines and re-attaching hooks after ...
It was incredible to be grubby travellers bouncing along in our oversized kitchen appliance camping at Walmart and then to be amongst a family with home cooked meals in woodland lake paradise. Thanks also to Dale and Cathy for the ride in the chopper (Robbie 66 beaut machine), for another lovely meal and a blast on a stupidly powerful jetski (I’m just starting to get some colour back in my knuckles). See you back in ...
... Just before 2:00 we stopped in Savannah, Georgia for lunch at Cracker Barrel. I was disappointed that Miss Paula Deen wasn't there to greet me, as I have always been one of her biggest fans. Nevertheless, lunch was delicious as always. Courtney ordered a small serving of hash brown casserole with a side of fried apples. Nancy ordered the turkey soup with homemade noodles and a side of biscuits. I stuck to my standard choice at Cracker ...
... and that he must obey the orders of the One to whom he offered up his struggle. Then the Warrior thanks his traveling companions, takes a deep breath and continues on, laden with memories of an unforgettable journey."
I touched down in Roanoke Rapids a few weeks ago with the intentions of a short stay, visit some family and enjoy some rest. I had no idea that almost a few weeks later I would be sad to bid my farewell. Coming here ...