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... to pick up on when I first entered the realm of trail workers:
Brown-brown = coffee
Blue-blue = blue gatorade
double jack = a sledgehammer
Pro-pro = protein powder
The Den = crew barracks back in South Lake Tahoe
Hitch = block of days working in the trail
On the last day of our hitch, some guys from the National Parks Service joined us with extra chainsaws and a 'boulder-buster' which was pretty much a drill, some explosives and ...
... from a distance. As the drunk adults staggered out at the end of the night Lindsay went to work, dancing around the street making balloon flowers and animals for tips. He ended up with over $400 by the end of the night. Talking to him the next morning, we found out there was more to him than just a clown suit. He has been travelling the world all his life (now 67 years old), the last 30 of which have been funded purely off tips from his clowning. ...
Maybe some women aren’t meant to be tamed. Maybe they just need to run free until they find someone just as wild to run with them. ~ Carrie Bradshaw Made it to Quincy 2 days ahead of schedule! 111 miles, one hail storm and one rain storm, we feel ...
Sunday Michele had to drive to Reno and pick up her mom who had knee replacement surgery a week ago. We all got together for Sunday dinner.
During our Quincy visit, Janet and I picked Marlin up from school on Monday for lunch, and did the same for Aurora on Tuesday. Tuesday afternoon Marlin had jujitsu practice.
Checking the ...
Rode out of Bridgeport this morning - freezing. Day soon warmed up for a spectacular ride up and down mountain ranges - never below 4,000 ft. Rode along the western shore of Lake Tahoe. Magnificent..... Lake surface is at 6,200 ft and deepest part of ...