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Once again, tough love has to be the answer. If you're reading this either you have been the product of good parenting where tough love was the culture, you have been dumped as an unwanted toy by the boy or man who never got tough love from his parents leading him to walk all over people with his charm and whims, or you are gearing up to build the backbone necessary to dish tough love to loved ones of ...
... continued on and she ended here at mile 137 as well. The day was perfect for hiking. It finally cleared up and the temperature was not too hot, maybe a high of 79 today. The trail climbed up to 5600 feet today. The flora transitioned from riparian in the canyon, to chaparral, and juniper-manzanita scrub. We eventually descended back to 3500 feet. Mile 127 is where the midway water station was. It is actually a water ...
... have afternoon tea, yes afternoon tea, home made cookies & scones with cream & jam. After a small break to digest our food we headed out to eat, but by 8.30 the town was deserted & everything started to close. For me it had connotations of American werewolf in London! But we bought some drinks from the liquor store & headed to our b&b where we chatted to the other guests before heading to our Victorian beds to ...
... flat tire in 1000 degree weather (that's an exaggeration, it was only like 100), Carlee ever so kindly gave me a tube -Lauren joins our group -extremely casual crew (at one point we were going 3.4mph) -everything is the hottest, the sun was constantly beating us up -we admit that the day is going to be horrible and hard but we're going to make the best of it... we decided we're positive complainers, if such a thing exists -get off our bikes every couple miles (I left ...
... to meet another old friend, Rhonda, formerly a co-worker of mine at the credit union. Unfortunately, her husband wasn't feeling well and wasn't able to meet us, but we had a lovely lunch at VINEYARD ROSE - the winery's restaurant, and one who's name I particularly liked!
Sunday, we went for a swim, ad just relaxed and enjoyed our beautiful surroundings here at Jojoba Hills - happy we've got another whole week to really get to know the place!
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