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... holidays. Then my nanny family, who gave me an adorable bag of travel gifts. Then my camp family, who bought me two tickets to a Hardwell show in Amsterdam. They charged me with finding a friend by that time, which I still consider a fairly tall order. Then my Denny's club from high school. Of course we went to Red Robin and Denny's in good old Auburn. I can't believe its been over seven years now since we first went into that awful diner after ...
An early start and a lot of bags to get down and out to the taxis. Thankfully the excitement of the impending train trip helped keep everyone in good spirits and ticking along. It was a rather long morning on the train, Matty especially had trouble sitting still. He had to be reminded countless times to stay out of the aisle so people could go past. The length of our trip was about 4 hours which was about their limit!! It was raining when ...
... civilizations and channeling higher intelligence. Our host, Rob Potter did a great job of dealing with several, unexpected dilemas and snafus!
We had an unexpected experience the first night in the KOA campground when we had an electrical failure due to a wiring problem in our outside power cord. After much coordinating with a local electrician, we decided to spend the night in a nearby hotel and had it repaired ...
... next to me. The two of us already seated un-buckled and climbed out into the aisle so she could climb in. Turns out her carry-on is a per carrier for a tiny white puppy. The pet carrier was the size of a shoe box and this dog was the kind that won't grow out of its first carrier. The kind that the flight attendants seen to love to visit, pick up and hold through the night. The owner continued to talk baby talk to it ...
... there to take the photos of the returning explorers.
Alex and I got out, stretched, then gave each a great hug, and that silent hug was the reason that I did the whole trip.
We set about washing all the bugs off, unpacking the plane, and checking the oil. Alex helped with all of it.
As we pulled the hangar door closed and got into the car, I knew that a great adventure was over. I wonder where the next one will take me? ...