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... have had Willow as my traveling companion, found a sense of peace and quiet, appreciated the freedom of retirement, and have given thanks for the opportunity to do it all.
And so I say goodbye to one phase of my life and say hello to another.
Thanks, everyone, for traveling with me. I hope you enjoyed our journey.
I am in packing mode getting ready for our trip to South America. Machu Picchu, the Ecuadorian Amazon, and the Galapagos are on our itinerary. In 2008 I was there, and I am excited to return to this beautiful region of the world.
Luggage is my concern at the moment. For Machu Picchu and the Amazon parts of the adventure, we will take only a small bag or backpack with us and leave the bigger bag at ...
... potato salad too. And some big crispy pork and vegie spring rolls. She's a good cook, and Eisuke is a nice guy - I really like him a lot. He's quiet, but has a very pleasant manner, and was most hospitable and took charge of the drinks with ease. Sakura was still sparkling along late into the evening, and having fun, and Alyssa slept a fair bit of the time we were there. We didn't get home until nearly midnight, very happy having ...
... with Steph, my beautiful volleyball buddy! We chowed on some Mexican food (are you sensing a theme here?) and came back to watch She's All That, what a 90's throwback!!! It was the best!!
Tonight is my last night staying with friends until I get to Seattle! From here on out, I'm on my own, which, to be honest, I'm kind of psyched about! Although what's really weird is that tomorrow is the hallway point! I'm almost halfway up the coast! Crazy.
... s!! He apparently has been spotted many times since, so the owner has to put up a warning sign in case people go walk through the forest so they can be aware, and also for insurance reasons apparently! He said that there are similar signs all over the national park nearby for the same reasons! A little group of 5 of us got on the buggy and we drove straight into the woods where the owner had cut a little tunnel through the trees just big enough for us to ...