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... booking until 11 months prior to our last flight segment. The Around The World tickets can be up to one year but in that case you could only book a month before departure. Success would be most unlikely trying to find frequent flyer seats in peak travel periods. Anyway we planned our trip around a couple of variables. First we wanted to see China in October due to weather and air quality issues. Second we had to wait until Susan retired.
So we decided to depart ...
We had a final goodbye meal to say bye to Rachel and Bobby. Breakfast at Rogers was good for everyone except me. I ordered fruit and a muffin thinking that I would get a variety of fruit to eat. Negative. I got a giant bowl of canned peaches. I hate peaches. I decided to eat them though since it technically was the thing I ordered and I didn't want to make a huge deal about it. I got all but two of the peaches down before my body's gag reflex set in. ...
We continue to make our way east stopping at Idaho's capital, just in time for the their state fair. I made a short video of our visit to the fair (click on the arrow to start the video). Rides, exhibits, food, food and more food! Our next stop was downtown to check out the capital building. It had a complete restoration and looked ...
... heels in love with her too. When Dickson returned from her trip we got to share in her experience through great stories, dvd's and cd's of her pictures. She had the best time!! While in Jackson we were able to participate with TedX Jackson Hole. If you are not familiar with this organization I highly recommend you google TedX and watch some of these inspirational world changing folks. I also recommend the movie Wild Horse, Wild Ride if you love ...
... higher than most others in the Northwest and soils are comprised of primarily volcanic-ash. Add to that long, warm daylight hours during grape-growing season, typical of northern latitudes and arid climates; cool summer evenings characteristic of desert environments; and you have a combination of factors that contribute to producing quality wine grapes with concentrated fruit flavors and naturally high ...
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