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... it out there, but I figured I would save myself the trouble of finding a 7-11.)
Rail Pass voucher has been received
All but two gifts have been fetched and packed
Things are going pretty well! It'll be nice to get away, I haven't traveled more than 500 miles from home since I returned from Japan in 2011.
Sorry about writing about something so mundane for my first entry, but I suppose every trip has begun as a plan.
11 days/10 nights in Japan!
I finished my hotel reservations a few days ago, with split accommodations in Tokyo due to unexpected booking up on February 21st. A friend of mine who still lives out there informed me that the Tokyo Marathon is that day, so that's probably the reason. I lucked out ...
... the entrance to the area at Big Water, houses a large fossil display and claims the area provides, on average, one complete fossil skeleton a month. The deep, brilliant red Moenkopi sandstone of the Vermilion Cliffs contain many fossils of fish and early dinosaurs from the Triassic Period. A step north, the nearly unbroken line of the White Cliffs is composed of Jurassic sand dunes solidified into Navajo sandstone.
... Case". It captured well her love of travel as a wife, a mother and an artist. In it, she included this quote from non-other than Abraham Lincoln:
"Writing, the art of communicating thoughts to the mind through the eye, is the greatest invention in the world. Great in enabling us to converse with the dead, the absent and the unborn; and great, not only in its direct benefits, ...
... again, through the worst storm the southwest has seen in 40 years, only to arrive at the bottom of the Cajon Pass in San Bernardino and find that the freeway was closed due to a mudslide. I was trying to make it to the house before Mom got home from work, but I had taken too many delays because of weather. I would be driving through bad weather, pull over to sleep and let the weather pass, then drive on again only ...