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This morning we drove through Slovenia's only National Park. The park covers a few mountains near the Slovenia, Italy, and Austria borders. The road over the mountain contains 50 switchbacks/hairpin turns; that doesn't count other turns, just the severe ones! Grant, had the pleasure of driving with other drivers who like to use both lanes, along with motorcycles, ...
Today we picked up a rental car and headed for the mountains! As with many rentals, we got something bigger than we reserved because that was what they had...it's not too big though, and so far it has treated us well. Grant is getting back into the hang of driving a stick shift and Bonnie is navigating us through the mountain roads. The scenery today was just beautiful. So much green! We saw tons of paragliders and a few hang gliders ...
... by bounding off the bike, sprinting up to the automated toll booth and inserting some plastic whilst keeping our fingers crossed. A couple of seconds later (seemed like hours with traffic lining up behind us) the barrier arm rose and Marg ran through on foot yelling at me "go go go". I was a bit stunned at her fleet footedness and paused however the realization that I could be decapitated if I didn't get a hurry up spurred me into action. ...
... our remaining supplies. A smorgasbord of Hungarian sausages, ham and cheese. Then a period of rest for the older boys, since another bus arrived at 3 pm to pick up Sam, Brady and Bryce for a Canyoning adventure. This involves being driven high up into the surrounding mountain park, and then coming down a narrow canyon by jumping into pools of water, sliding down slick stones, and using ropes to drop down more vertical rock faces. Sam was ...
... asphalt into shaded woodland, a welcome escape from the oppressive heat. It was around this time that I finally began to relax and found that in doing so, my horse had calmed a little too. As time went on, I also felt more confident in controlling his sudden movements, even when a crazy stallion in a nearby field started running towards us and neighing as if he was about to made into burgers (in Ljubljana, there was a fast food joint called Hot Horse whose main ingredient you can ...