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... saw the mountain and that was it. The big open windows helped provide better scenery, which was nice going over bridges and through nature, but provided very little scenery of the actual mountain. The town of Elbe was nice and quaint. There is a local cathedral that has a pointy top, which is rare in Washington. It also has a restaurant in a railway car. ...
... going to be a huge thing for me.
So. Here we are. 6 hours before we leave for our flight (sssssiiiiixxxxxxx!!!). I just can't believe that we've gone from months (and months!), to weeks, to days, and now to HOURS. HOURS! OW-hhhhhERRRSS!
Our bags are packed. Like, PACK-packed. I venture to posit that NO ONE packs more efficiently than an excited girl on her first trip to Europe. We're doing two, dimentionally- ...
... ones. We drove over the very first (and only) "double pass" from the bike trip last summer. The infamous one which necessitated eating cold baked beans straight from the can to fuel us the last few miles. Andy and I both marveled at the steepness and length of this climb. I imagine this one would have been hard even if it hadn't been our first one to conquer. I remember feeling truly in love ...
... until roughly 9-10 PM and then went to bed.
The next day we had a good day in the mountains. There was a group of 5 or 6 jeeps that all went in the mountains together. The mountains are incredible up here. We packed a lunch here and the trip took us roughly six hours. We got stuck a few times here and had to use a wench to pull us from nearby trees. We had to pull over a few times to repair tires that popped and we ...
... hard to get. I did not need a letter of invitation for it. I did not need a letter of invitation for Kazakhstan, Kyrygstan either and they were quite simple to get. It was just a repetitive process of getting forms printed off, pictures taken, iteneraries submitted, cashiers checks from banks, self adressed envelopes from the post office. It was not so hard to do these, but just really repetive and time ...