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Well, I'm heading off to Bangkok and Phnom Penh on Monday, the 17th. Will be first flying east to Abu Dhabi where I plan to hook up with a new American friend, George. He'll be flying into Abu Dhabi from JFK, and then we'll both be sharing the same flight to Bangkok and beyond. Not sure about most of the itinerary yet, but I plan to back in Virginia around the first of ...
... thought to me. Trust is probably the biggest reason also. Whew! It feels good to get that down in writing. It's just that real to me.
When I was younger I had no fear. I snow skied and did a little rock-climbing and my dream was to sky-dive one day. As a little kid I loved to fly. We would fly home to Michigan to see family. I loved the take off, the landing and bouncing on the clouds as I called it. The fear didn't hit me until ...
... ordered the long lasting tea lights instead of the regular one. I set up everything and organized everything before it would be dark.
Dale had misplaced my inverter (I actually think he threw it away in cleanup frenzy) and I didn’t have enough money to buy another one before leaving. Unfortunately I’d run down my laptop battery so started downstairs to see what I could ...
... every track. We found all seven located in the park, a record for us.
One of the trails went along the bay with a nice view over the bay. Another one ended in a bird blind with a view over Kane's Creek. Very nice, and we did see some birds. On one of the trails we met another family geocaching. That is the first we ever met any other geocachers.
After finding the seven cashes (two were not Geocaches, one of these were a Terracache) we drove to another ...
... be a pedestrian-friendly residential and retail mixed-use village for townspeople, students and faculty to shop, live, work and enjoy entertaining facilities, all within a sustainable “green” urban setting. The Anderson Center is a two-story facility designed to provide seating for more than 3,000 people for convocation events and approximately ...