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... clothes hamper (check). He paused for a moment, and I could sense his smugness diminishing a bit. (Husbands really do pride themselves on being able to resolve every single problem a wife encounters.) Finally, he asked me if I had looked not only into the empty dirty clothes hamper, but also underneath the lining of the hamper. I thought to myself what an unlikely scenario that would be, and I indicated this to him as I proceeded into the washroom. I looked inside the empty ...
... Ed was supposed to meet him at the port to get our rental car, but no one was there to meet him at the agreed upon time. Apparently there was some kind of confusion as to the date we were to have him deliver the rental car to us, because in the e-mail he asked what had happened. We will contact him to let him know what day we were there and to offer apologies for any confusion. Interestingly, we have a friend who traveled to Crete in June who had the same experience. She ...
... dominating downriver through the white caps. It was a perfect beginning to our first day/night outdoors. We arrived at camp at about 3pm, right on time, and settled in. Blake purchased a queen size electric blow up mattress online before the trip that we had to inflate by the car where the power was (there is no electric or running water at this campsite). We could not believe how massive this mattress was! It took a few tries to get ...
... was pretty boring. Casper, Wy.was not very attractive at all and was truly an oil boom town with drilling supply and equipment all over.
Saturday was a nostalgic day for us as we recreated a long day trip we did on our honeymoon 44 years ago this month. Leaving the campground we journeyed through Loveland to Estes Park; the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. Estes Park has grown like a ...
... addition), saw two Moose--a mother and her calf, went on down to Grand Lake and had an ice cream (butter pecan for MIN, Caramel Dream for me--both delicious), and then spent another two hours toodling back.
On the way back, we stopped at the highest place on the road in the park (just over 12,000 feet) where you can usually count on Pika, and we saw several. Even got photos this time. Then we stopped at Rainbow Curve, where the ...
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