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... Harley store. We sent a few hours buying boots, helmets, T-shirts & even a pony tail guard! All of this you will see modelled on Day 3 when we get the bikes, be prepared! Shopping was exhausting and after a trip to the mail & lots of effort by Frank to squeeze into many pairs of shorts we decided a light lunch in Sam's Diner followed by a rest was required. The old ones over slept & ...
... it was fantastic in itself. We also did two hour or so long hikes. One to Yosemite falls an one to glass lake.
At the highest point in the park (10,000ft) we went for a very brief jog (like 200m up a hill) to see how the altitude would effect us. We thought we were fine, but once we stopped and went to catch our breath, we realised we were struggling! It was a strange sensation, it was literally like trying to suck in oxygen that wasn't there. (That was the case I ...
I was pretty daunted by the idea of the walk home, but I could see a second 25,000 step day, so I headed out. I walked through some of the beautiful cultural area, old City Hall, the SF Opera, and then walked through downtown (I was too tired to stop at Nordstrom!) and made my way to North Beach. I stopped at a cute vegan restaurant for some lentil soup and a mini bran muffin.
Brady came in and we walked to the French bistro I had seen ...
... miss Kelly at these moments because I know he would have fun and enjoy him and possibly regret his decisions not to travel with us one day. My heart breaks for him at these moments but I set aside my own feelings for his decision to stay behind and all the reasons behind that. I can write forever about Kelly as my heart bursts with pride when I think of him. I am so grateful for my three children and am so blessed to have three wonderful people in my ...