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... of all the water we need to carry. I also got hiking shorts, a hiking shirt and a broad brim hat. Slowly but surely Bill is getting me to wear unattractive sportswear apparel (I’m not just saying this to suck up but Dessa makes it look good). So far I have drawn the line at hiking boots. My running shoes are working pretty well, although I did slip on the sandy gravel during the climb down and got a couple of minor scrapes. Next door to ...
... raisins and gave them to us, explaining that we "looked as if we needed them". Weird.
We eventually made our way across to Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado where we spent a day, looking at ancient stone structures made by the native Anasazi people around 200AD. They were very impressive. From there we drove to the Canyon of the Ancients for some more short hikes and rock climbing. We also took full advantage of the van, cooking big ...
Our RV toilet has been leaking slightly for some time. Last year we paid a repairman to "fix" it but it has continued to leak off and on, lately to a greater extent. Today Bob decided to fix the problem once and for all. He TOTALLY disassembled the toilet and had to turn off our water for the duration of the repair.
We needed to wash the pieces of the toilet in a tap at the back of our site. I wish I had taken a picture of Bob sitting ...
... old form which makes her one of the best! :)
Erin Phillips is a new signing for the Merc this year and is a bench spark plug and played about 20mins last week but brings a lot of energy and hustle, which is always great to see! :)
It is also season 1 for head coach Sandy Brondello and she is going well and great to see Aussies coach in the big time! :)
Seattle Storm has Jenna O'Hea on their roster, obtained in a trade from Los Angeles ...
... and we are relaxing and watching TV. Several comments on my yard today, and Phil had a very good review on Amazon.
By Tom Brenner on January 21, 2014
This one really took me by surprise. Written by a man with a deep and complicated moral conscience, he is at war with society and, at times, with himself. For anybody interested in the counter-culture of the 1960's, Phillip Vitti's perspective is probably one ...