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... seeing more and more incredible scenery. We rounded a bend and BANG! There it was, Majestic Mt. Shasta, standing tall and snow capped. Like I said before, when your planning your routes you don't always think about the terrain and what it will offer up. I can't imagine living near that beautiful mountain and seeing it everyday.
The closer we got to Redding the prettier the scenery was. The views of the mountain, the wooded valleys and Lake Shasta were all ...
... Rises - all black rubber portcullises and pointy black finials on the staircases.
Costumes: Glittery - the word "pageant" sprang to mind.
Richard had many afflictions:
A gammy leg (in calipers)
An extraordinary limp
A huge hump
A withered arm
A twisted hand
A terrible wig
A complete inability to pronounce English place names properly.
These were some of his afflictions.
Buckingham was tiny. I ...
... that there was an area with tents and people walking so that is where we went. Well it was a Beerfeast which believe or not we did not go to since we were looking for cars. Since we had seen them from the Interstate on our way to the campground we knew what area they were in so off we went. Found the show and a parking spot so we started wondering. They said they had 600 but since this is longer than a weekend I don't think they were all there. They ...
... ate dinner outside on their enormous rooftop deck taking in all the surrounding architecture of downtown backdropped by the mountains. Pretty amazing.
After dinner, we played a rousing game of Euchre. And, a surprise to me, we celebrated my birthday with homemade key lime pie and gifts. Thank you Anne and Michael for such a warm welcome to Ashland!
Song of the Day: "Beautiful World" Colin ...
... of my concerns. I realize that sounds naive. I am definitely aware that horrible things CAN happen in foreign countries, but I also think it's usually when you blatantly play the dumb, tourist girl card, which I will avoid at all costs. I am confident in my street smarts. Thank you Jack and Deb McCauley. I have been warned that people who seem very friendly might actually be threats, I will keep this in mind at all times and do whatever I have to do to protect ...