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... blessing. Besides, I like the idea of
being paid well.
May you be paid
with incredible friends who cherish you, and whom you cherish!
May you be paid with all the energy you need, to do what you
are asked to do! May you be paid with an appreciation of the world you live in.
May you know warmth, whether it’s from the weather, a fireplace, a central
heating system, or the ...
... as they threw on thier cowboy/cowgirl hats, jumped on the horses and were ready for the adventure. Our destination was a waterfall about 2500-3000 feet up the mountain. We crossed over 3 rivers, hiked up some super steep dug out rocky trails and followed the ridgeline until we made it to our lunch spot. Owen and Siena were motivated by the white dog with blue eyes that led the way. Kaka was his name and we figured he ...
Keeping in line with general Peruvian punctuality, our night bus to Loja in Ecuador was an hour late. Our final destination was Vilcabamba for two nights, a small town in the highlands of southern Ecuador, based on advice from Ali, a friendly Canadian girl we'd met on Peru hop. She was kind enough to provide us with a detailed itinerary and recommendations. Since Vilcabamba was her favourite place of her four weeks there, it seemed stupid to skip it. It required an ...
... busses leave every 15 minutes to go back to Loja, so I didn’t have to wait long to get on one. I came back to Loja, got a late lunch, and have just chilled for the afternoon. I also bought my ticket for tomorrow morning at 7am to head to Piura, Peru. There’s nothing there, but it’s the only logical city to stop in on my way down south. I think I’ll just be there for a night, but it’ll be nice to start my Peruvian ...
I was standing at the stove this morning listening to the tea kettle heating up the water.
We found a large base kettle. We have a gas stove. When the two of those come together it's a sound to behold. A 1/2 pot is too hot to drink, in less time than it would take to microwave a cup of water. It's always new to me. It's a morning amazement.
Bruce reminds me that I am easily pleased. I'm afraid it's true.
While standing there listening to the pops and crackles of ...