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Thanks to work I had a great time @ six flags. I had the park all to myself and a few coworkers for the morning. Nitro 4 times in a row then a few other rides. The Kingda Ka 3 times in a row. It started to rain after lunch so we called it quits. Im getting old ...
... foreign dignitaries. The rain began falling as Andrew and I hiked back to the car. The rain got heavier and heavier as did the traffic and construction and this road was completely new to me. This is everything that irritates me while driving hitting at once. I got a big head ache so after crossing the border into the New Jersey suburbs, we stopped for a late dinner and a rest. It was just the medicine I needed. Jerseyites seem to simply tolerate each other. The social temperature ...
... just the salt air and fresh roll and maybe a bit of sand was enough. Oh my God how good life was.
Eating those hotdogs was one of my best memories as a kid but the thing that I think meant the most to me was the night my Dad called me over by the grills and asked if I would like to help him cook. I think this might have been one of the best nights of my young life. I can remember feeling 10 feet tall. No getting into trouble, no getting yelled at by Mom, just me and my Dad ...
Hi, I'm looking for a female friend (Platonic) to join me for dinner in a Flamenco bar in Madrid.
The food will be great, and the dancing and atmosphere breathtaking.
I'm really fun, easy-going, and friendly.
I'm an artist, and I'll also be visiting the major museums (El Prado, etc) for inspiration.
Let's meet up!
... t worry about these before you leave. This can be taken care of in Kathmandu during your first day.
Planning done, we were ready to perform final sanity checks.
FINAL EQUIPMENT CHECK AND SIZEDOWN
Ok, even if you've followed a very minimalist packlist, you probably still have a few extra things in there you really don't need. Pile of Cliff bars? That extra sweater? The medicine cabinet instead of a few ...