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... of Oregon. It is impressive. We ate our lunch before hiking 3.8 miles. There is a waterfall along the trail. We had views of the volcanic peaks of the Cascade range. There are areas of small rocks on the trail which cause us to slide. We also saw two adult eagles and a nest of three eaglets in a tall pine tree. Smith Rock is considered the birthplace of modern American sport climbing and hosts about 1800 climbing routes ranging ...
... wallets with them and only took cash in our pockets. We left and went into the border control offices and we stood in front of a few people and paraded in a circle. They then handed us forms to complete, our photos were taken as well as our fingerprints. All went smoothly and we were granted a 3 month Visa each, only costing us $6 US. We are now permitted in and out of the US until July 12th as long as we present our visa on exit and entry. ...
... bags which will probably end up in Australia somehow. Wouldn't it have been nice for them to make the ones who brought too much check their extra baggage rather than screwing those in the back. Even though mine fit I can't stretch out my legs and my arthritic knees are complaining. Not a shining moment for Delta ...
... was so keen to get my food he jumped on my back. I just loved it. We then went to a farm to visit Santa Claus raindeer. The farmer breeds them for christmas when he then takes them to the hospitals and childrens places so they can have time with Santa and his deer. Amazing. A great day with great friends. Tomorrow we will be joining in with the 4th July celebrations. We continue to be amazed with this wonderful country and the people in ...
... notepads to take over for the kids and a laptop for the head of the ministry.
In the lineup for the fall is some volunteer work, a few safaris and mountain climbing in Africa then heading north to travel in Europe. I'll be with my grandparents from San Diego, California first, working in hospitals and orphanages in Malawi. Once they leave, I'm venturing to the roof of Africa and attempting a summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Then back to Malawi where I'll be hosted by Tad ...