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Not every day is a depressing one, today was a good day :) I spent the day with my princes, she helped me color my hair, we watched a bit of tv, then baked . I forgot about being unemployed and enjoyed her company. I didn't even remember when she said, "lets get Thai for dinner," I replied with we are going to spend money eating out tomorrow n it will be expensive. She was ok with it n so was I :) ended ...
... at the beginning of the Jmt, the boys of the group decided that we would use day 2 in Yosemite to day hike the first section of the trail.
Here is the story of 3 boyish men and there adventure that spanned 14 hours of hiking, 6,000 ft. And according to some signs 20, and others 30 miles. That ended with only a light and a lighter.
The day started at 7 in the morning. Alan, Caleb an I slowly got out of our tents, and shivering, packed up a ten pound bag. After a ...
... up in Los Altos, just in time to joing my old friends, the Cave family, for Turkey Dinner. Kelly, Chris, and Jenny were all nice enough to invite us to spend the evening with them. We feasted on turkey, mash potatoes, stuffing... The whole 9-yards. With bellies filled to the point of discomfort, we enjoyed a fun ol' game of Taboo, before calling in a night.
Waking early on Black Friday, Maria said our goodbyes and thank-yous and backtracked to San Fran to explore ...
... when you rode into town. We stopped for a light snack at the Yosemi Tea tearoom which specialised in different loose leaf teas from around the world - I opted for a vanilla rooibos which was delicious. (Mark/Michele, you would have loved this place - lots of different types of mate and other interesting teas) I bought some tea to bring home and after some delicious sandwiches and refreshments we went back out into the heat ...
... as complete families cross busy highways and most hazardously, being attracted to airports and causing midair accidents, in what are called, "bird-strikes," causing loss of human life. You may recall back a little while, where in Alaska, one of these flocks of Geese were reponsible for downing a military plane killing a lot of people, and Geese, when a number were sucked into the engines causing failure. I think it was a C-37 transport plane, correct me if ...