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... station (it's that or Christian radio- tough choices). That's where the name of today's posting came from- that was truly the name of the song- now that's country. Thankfully after that we find a rock/pop station. Now, I know I'm no Beyonce or Mariah, nor do I claim to be, but in his own subtle way, Randy has let that be known. Not with words, but as I would start singing, magically the volume of the radio would increase. I'm sure it's a ...
... way. Not much in the way of towns and certainly no attractions beyond the scenery itself. This whole area is very poor. Beyond ranching there is little of no industry. A little oil pumping and exploration and maybe a little mining. All the pictures in the blog were taken by Lynn out the window of the Minnie. They came out pretty good. In one ...
... of peoples rooms trying to get everyone out but they all stayed in bed. We were then kicked out of the car park so we gave Rufus/Fiona back to her owner and Rachel and jay came out and took me to bed. I stumbled into the room and tried to be quiet not to annoy Leah to much but she was just laughing and after a drunken shower we fell asleep.
We got up super early about 4:30am the next day got dressed and met in the lobby still pitch black outside for our hot ...
I Ain't Down Yet is a song from the Unsinkable Molly Brown. It's how my siste's dog feels as he looks out the living room window and watches us leave. So sad! And kind of how I feel today. I'm not down yet but I'm thinking I might be soon as our great trip and our wonderful spring break is coming to an end. The girls will go back to school and traveling will cease once again. I love our family time, I love that my parents came along on this trip. Actually, the dogs ...
... and is going to invite me onto the forum. This will be great as it includes early childhood professionals from Uganda, Bhutan, NZ, Canada , New Mexico. looking forward to being part of this group. We feel very privileged that we have been able to visit and spend time in Pueblo communities. hear their stories, visit their schools, homes, sacred sites. Thank you to Kori, Trish and Ruth for their time and the many other local people, we meet throughout the ...
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