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... relieve some of the weight. I was beginning to wonder when do I get to get out?
I turned off the a/c because I was afraid if I had to call for help, how would I explain where exactly we were located. The burning pile of wreckage, the smoking load of dark silver Camry, a huge heaping, steamy piece of decimated metal, the options just go on & on. I sometimes have a very active imagination.
Just as we came to the sign ...
... again, through the worst storm the southwest has seen in 40 years, only to arrive at the bottom of the Cajon Pass in San Bernardino and find that the freeway was closed due to a mudslide. I was trying to make it to the house before Mom got home from work, but I had taken too many delays because of weather. I would be driving through bad weather, pull over to sleep and let the weather pass, then drive on again only ...
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I am not who I was
I am being remade
... diving certification course in Indonesia, Easter Island trip in Chile, Galapagos Islands boat tour, etc.) and special occasions (a friend's wedding in Japan, my 30th birthday, our wedding anniversary, etc.). So if you're wondering why we have the "Support My Travels" button on our blog despite having saved up for this trip, it's there for a number of reasons:
1. On the off-chance ...
... typical for Chicago, but they were good and we had a great time.
An impromptu get-together at a neighbor's home included Trish's new recipe for s'mores: roasted marshmallows (over a table-top fire-pit), melted chocolate for dipping, finishing off with crushed graham crackers - pretty good! Not to be outdone, someone brought out "Peeps" for roasting - we dubbed them "Peep-brulee" - just a bit on the ...