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... combined. And, best of all, we got pulled over. Now, I just happened to have the cruise control on, so I knew exactly what speed I was going - 62 mph in a 60 mph zone. Not exactly speeding. And most cars were passing me. In L.A., if you are not doing 80 in the 65 mph zone, you might get run off the road, But at least the drivers salute you for doing the right thing, letting you know that you are No. 1 by holding up their finger ...
... so wild and beautiful, the landscape and all the animals are just incredible. I'm hoping to bring home a Tasmanian Devil. (I really want a wombat, but I don't think one will fit in my carry-on.)
I can't wait to get over there and see everything, and share all my (hopefully) fantastic and professional-looking photos with you! Write to you soon! XOXO, Mackenzie.
P.S. The weather is going to be in the 70's to 80's. Don't be mad.
(And All The People Were Singing, apologies to Levon Helm)
From Birmingham, we took a detour to visit the highest point in Alabama; Cheaha State Park. At 2,407 feet, this is high for Dixie. We left the full five figure altitudes long behind us in New Mexico. The top of this highest point in Alabama has an observation tower, which the three of us climbed, although Sadie could not see much. The top of this ridge saw some serious wind sheer damage to the trees and ...
... lots of things but if this makes anyone uncomfortable, please let me know.
I always love talking with everyone and sharing important things over breakfast, like saving the world from climate change and fast food, but I hope that this little bon mot offers us something of a more lighthearted relief (after all, it's a daunting responsibility saving the world from fast food!)
... tell them to cut all the bathroom tiles in half, I need to generate some goodwill. Outside the newly wrapped porch ceiling looks nice underneath, but looks bad from the street side. They used two pieces of siding (that's what it looks like) and the seam is in the middle - right in your face when you look up at the porch. Something to fix. The garden is thriving on neglect - the mums look better and better, and the mini roses are mini ...
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