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... revealing the same thing they had found in Cody. It was late when they found something else and too late to do another test. I brought it back on Tuesday and the second test revealed that it needed a part which they did not have, nor did their supplier. One was located in Mississippi and it was shipped overnight. It arrived Wednesday morning and Lacey and I went back again. It took most of the afternoon, but was finished about 4:30PM and we were again on ...
... against Boulder Creek. We are sitting outside by the river, enjoying our last night out (we hope). The smoke is still hanging around but the river seems to make it feel cooler and cleaner! Tomorrow, we hope to make the long haul home...it's about 10 hours from here.... Just to make sure that the trip is done, I just dropped my iPad and broke the screen! Many expletives later...it still works cause I have a protective thing over the screen. But it is pretty badly shattered! ...
... grabbed closer to 12 books, but she reads one straight through per night. The Wal-Mart experience added 90 cans of Miller Lite and pizzas. Then for some strange reason, we were both hit with the hard venom of lethargy as we hauled back home. It just kind of crept up on us about ten minutes into the return drive: eyes drooped, shoulders slumped, vocabulary narrowed; all the makings of falling asleep. Thankfully we made it back, and I'm ...
... the 1980's. As we took pictures a man came out from the fence across the dirt road and knocked on our window. "Want to come inside and take a look around," he asked. Before I could respond Kendall was already out the door and following him through the wooden fence, right up the front stairs. The inside had once only housed a room that lead to the belfry, another that was a
restroom and then the rest was for the school itself. The man that ...
We passed very few cars on the way to the Natural Bridge; they'd come into view, then disappear - poof - like a magician's rabbit into the dark folds of a cloak. Right at the edge of Gallatin National Forest is a tourist stop where you can walk onto a man made bridge and see the sights. Static. White noise filters out every single thought, save for the flies. You ever seen those pitiful kids over ...
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