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... a taste for wildness in his mouth and a nice air about him.
Ended up sawing a camp trowel in half and whittling two homemade arch support inserts to help carry me over to idyllwild with a proper outfitter so I can hopefully purchase some legitimate Superfeet and Becca is eyeballing a quality knee brace to help with a chronic left knee irritation. It is early in the game to need "drastic" measures, but we'd rather get ahead of these issues while they are small and ...
... cutlery and hot pastries - this place just gets better and better that morning we explore the shops and museum, we meet the locals, Patricia and Sandy, two local ladies tell us al about the history and how we simply must visit the old goldmine. The Golden Eagle Mine is no longer active but only because its not viable any more to mine such small scale gold. A huge guy takes us into the tunnels and explains how they used to ...
Our trip ended this morning as we boarded a plane home to New York. For those of you who missed this detail… We are leaving Dottie in San Diego at brother Michael's house. Next year we will start our trip from San Diego and head to the Pacific Northwest. The conclusion of that trip will return Dottie to Long Island. I don’t know why I didn’t think of doing it this way earlier. It cuts the driving in half and gives ...
... in England, and my cousin is traveling around Egypt with us. All worth the effort.
Fur kids: Johnny and Roxy are still with my mom in Japan. Rusty is staying in California with his other set of grandparents. We met a few puppy sitters for times they are away on vacation. We avoided the really expensive places and settings with either too many dogs or large breeds. Rusty's new sitter has dogs of her own, three small breeds and only watches ...
... Potluck. We’re enjoying it and will be for the next several days. Tonight it’s potato salad with smoked turkey from Joe’s smoker in Helena. Nice life we have and we are most grateful for it.
More later. The photos, when we get a good connection, will continue to be at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
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