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pool and hot tub yeah
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... river, this involved floating down the river inside an inflated tube, that we rented. There are some pretty fun rapids and your butt does hit rock occasionally, still its huge fun. Karen went off piste and found herself caught in the trees overlooking the riverbank at one stage and had to paddle hard to escape.
Had dinner at James' place and said goodbye.
... but were all agreed to ride today and see how we did. I think I may have been doing better than Dave – we were at breakfast at 7:40 and discussing how busy they were, and he commented on its being only 6:40 am. He’d never set his watch back the day before, and so all morning had been taking his time, wondering why we were getting such a really early start!
Rode out from the motel about 8:20 and within five minutes had ...
... pose before a blackout screen; or stand behind the bars. The little girl did both; dramatic scenes; she pulled a look of anguish out; I heard the camera click. The teen played cell phone games, not much impressed. Just visiting. I headed for the gate into the Yard. “Don't miss Siberia,” the lady selling tickets said. “It’s the worst.”
To my surprise, roses greeted me. Not just one thorny bush, but rows of color ...
... passports with the Essig's so they could carry them with more mug shots and application forms that asked every question under the sun to the Russian Embasy in Seattle. Therefore the Essig's have our passports. Add the TSA joke to the equation and you have the "adventure" of just taking a 1hour ride in a commercial airplane.
Well up at silly o'clock to get ready to head to Boise and to see my dear friend Marcy. I hate having to say goodbye to Spike but it wont be for too long.
Saw the most amazing buzzard eagles (or some other huge bird of prey) dancing in the sky on the way to the bus stop. Sometimes nature just makes me so incredibly happy to be alive. My darling Spike came and surprised me whilst walking back from the library and was sweet enough to ...