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What a drive today. Ten hours on the road. Googoo is holding up well. I'm pooched. I'll add more to this tomorrow.
Some say the Prairies are a bore to drive through. I think the Prairies should be viewed for what they are, not for what they're not. Taking in a vast view on the horizon can be just as impressive as a majestic mountain view …
... sorrow of a godly sort. By contrast, unreliability and commitment was lacking as part of relationship with most individuals involved. From the beginning, the emptiness of their shared focus was a disappointment, because I know the value of many meaningful relationships, especially with God my Father. In that definite contrast began godly sorrow. I chose to embark on a journey of superficial attraction, filling empty spaces and time with whoever could be there in my isolation and ...
... of beef short rib with carrots of three different colours, asparagus and mashed potatoes that were divine (I had to take a picture of that, check it out, and prepare to drool!) Rachelle and I didn't think we could eat any more after this, the waiter had already brought out an "amuse-bouche" before the rest of our meal began arriving, with toasted bread, pate, and placed a huge bread basket on the table with enough food to feed a party three times the size, but ...
... the final days before Christmas, which I think deserves a blog entry of its own, I certainly have enough photos, and I'm pretty much over typing this one, as I'm sure you are of reading it if you've stuck with it this long! So, the next instalment, to follow soon I hope, will be what happened for the rest of Monday, right up to Boxing Day! And since it's already been and gone, can you believe it? I hope you all had a lovely Christmas, as I did.
Merry Christmas to you and yours,
... Lands. Despite the weather not being fantastic, the Bad Lands were spectacular, very rugged, very remote, a hostile beautiful place. We would have liked to do a bit of walking to better experience the area but the weather was pretty average and the ground very muddy. On the way back towards Rapid City we called in at a small town called Wall. It is perched on a bluff on the edge of the Bad Lands and is famous for one thing, a store named Wall Drug. This place has to be seen ...
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