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... poison dart frog, Timothy was a card-jay (cardinal/blue jay) and Emma got to be a princess. Well, when you're all dressed up you might as well make a movie, right? Meanwhile, all I heard from Timothy was how "immature" I am for a 23 year old... kids these days. All I have to say is that they better remember this the next time they want to call me boring.
Diane and the kids took me to see a play that weekend as well, which ...
... who stay for 4-8 weeks. We chatted to one of the hosts - he and his wife certainly live in reasonable luxury when they are camping. His fifth wheeler is towed by a F350. The vast majority of caravans, fifth wheelers and motor homes make our caravan at 18 feet look decidedly tiny. This is bear country however we didn't see any. We had to sign off that we knew how to store food, rubbish, worn clothing etc. The tent sites have food storage enclosures to secure ...
... liturgy. The minister recites a some phrases and the congregations responds in unision. There are a couple of hymns--with no reference any specific faith or deity (except for the word "hallelujah" which technically refers to the Hebrew deity). Everybody is participating with gusto.
It's a surreal experience. I have religious friends and I can understand them. I have non-religious friends (who are right now at home watching TV or enjoying some outdoor ...
... challenging footing and no easy handholds. These were just the warmup. A few steps later you become quite sure the person who painted the blue blazes must have been drunk. As you get to each new obstacle, you need to use your brain to plan your foot and hand holds, then use your strength and wits and confidence to get you through. We took turns leading and several times I found myself needing to start over and try a different strategy. You really need ...
... the different views.
As we were driving we stopped at every overlook to make the most of the views and sometimes they were so beautiful we had to force ourselves to move on.
Along the trail we had been told to look out for various animals - such as squirrels and woodchucks. However there were three animals we both wanted to see - bears, deers ...