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I am going to write a new travel blog entry today even though, duh, we haven't traveled anywhere yet. It's just that we have 5 days before we leave and I'm not sure what to do...I'm all packed and I can't think of anything else to buy.
Plus I have to confess that despite what I said in my last blog, Ecuador's Olympic gold medal wasn't in tennis after all! It was in speed walking. Who knew? The same man, speedwalking legend Jefferson ...
... in a radically different part of the world. This past semester I completed a World Religions class to prepare for the trip, and learned about many different religions including Buddhism, which is very prevalent in South East Asia, namely Theravada Buddhism.
I hope to learn a lot.
I'm hoping this will be somewhat of a spiritual journey for me, and I pray that the experiences I have over the next few months will help shape me into a better person.
So here we go.
As usual, Mom gets a condo at Eagle Crest. The only thing missing was the snow...but as if on queue, it started snowing Christmas Eve. Our traditional German meal consisted of pork schnitzel, lentil soup, spatzle and an assortment of German beers. Cory manned the fry daddy and knocked out a great ...
... on our accent (they love it out here-even when we go into McDs and stuff they say they love it!).
We left breakfast and got ready to go horse riding. As we were packing up, we got talking to a woman who was there with her family. Turns out they live in Seattle, used to live in San Francisco and are on their way to Las Vegas. We exchanged numbers, and they gave us loads of places to see in San Fran AND we are going to meet up in Vegas when we ...
My last few days in the land of Oyer' Ungun were spent the way I typically in the past find best to pass the time, restlessly and moving. I left Fossil and drove south on highway 19, over Butte Creek Summit and down to the John Day River. Heading upstream south then east winding along, the main John Day river turns to middle and north forks at tiny ...