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... ride. Nearly fell over so had to stretch my legs wider to get my balance. At the airport they have power point areas to recharge phones and tablets, so I'm always able to keep my camera and iPad charged. The airports all have wi-fi as we'll, so sent a couple of emails then. Changed to a 26 seat plane to fly to Monroe Louisiana, since it's only a small regional airport like Orange. Arrived at Monroe at ...
As we crawled into the tent last night we got our first real taste of sleeping in a tent in the desert...even with the rain fly staked down the wind blew sand into the tent, all over the sleeping bag. We're not just talking about a little sand either; the entire sleeping bag was covered! Thankfully, it was closed, so the sand wasn't in the sleeping bag, but it was still not pleasant. Just one more reason we are thinking of getting a ...
... the first time I've done a major trip while in a relationship, and I've never been gone for this long. Fingers crossed it all works out. I'm tired and trying not to cry. (and failing). But this is an amazing opportunity and I wouldn't change my mind for the world. Thanks to everyone for their support. (Especially John <3)
Denver is a mile high - 5280 feet above sea level! It's a large ,clean, well organised city and we enjoyed visiting the Unsinkable Molly Brown's House, the Western Art in the Denver Art Gallery, the wonderful collection of art deco objects in the Kirkland Arts Gallery and the Wings Over the Rockies Museum in Hangar 1, an old airforce base near our place. Our house is an old steam plant converted to apartments, extremely comfortable.
I was born into a Catholic family in Texas where religion is not in short supply. Moreover, my parents both come from Louisiana, an area so religious that the state is divided into parishes rather than counties. What I'm getting at here is that my religion was always something that was very apparent in my life, so much so that it seemed to form a sort of foundation for everything; God was always the reason for ...