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As we drove over the dam, I was shocked to see how low the water has dropped at Lake Shasta. It's more like "Shasta Canyon" now. Took some side roads to try to get a photo, but never found a good spot to show how it's turned into a creek. Best views are from the freeway, where you can't stop. :(
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... just wanted to talk a lot more. I tried to take a little nap, but couldn't fall asleep. Around 6:30, I started to Wizards live game feed for the playoffs, and it turned out to be a great game. It goes into overtime after the Wizards crawl their way back in, and cool down the Bulls. What a crazy game! The Wizards pull out a gritty overtime win, comes back to DC with a 2-0 lead in the ...
... cutter American life, a life with kids, a nice house, a good 9-5 job. Some people want this...I see these people and I think "that is just not for me". No offense at all, it is what many people work hard for and I admire them for doing it, but I just don't see my self in that. Taking the road less traveled is confusing and unsure....I need to figure how to achieve this and feel stable. I want to travel, I want to help people, I need to make money. I ...
Hey everyone! We wanted to provide a way for our friends and family to follow us as we take our 2 month outskirts of the USA road/camping trip. We will try and post everyday and hope you can enjoy some of the things we get to see and do. We will start posting June 22nd. Our final post will be August 8th!
1 more week to go. Ahhhh so nervous and oh so excited!
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