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... when she pointed to the side of the road. I saw a man and his donkey in the sand pausing on a journey; his cart piddling, hay stacked to overflowing, his haggard clothes, drenched in sweat, and a few precious possessions hanging from the cart and donkey.
He was journeying to town, would likely need a place to stay, and had the makings of a manger as his commodity. Danielle quickly connected the image to ...
... toll on families and their farms and dairy production supposedly drops dramatically.
Stretching Our Legs
If there is one thing to which I have had to adapt, it is moving from a running-crazed city – nationally sought by top athletes for its temperate climate and friendly trail systems which are ideal for training – to a region where, during most months of the year, you would risk extreme dehydration just being ...
... oldest sibling instincts mimicking won’t help. I believe our marriage is getting stronger. I know that it has been a good night when I wake up to my alarm clock and not the rooster mistaking 3:30am for sunrise, again. Our former neighbors on SW Arthur Street in Portland were trying to get the city to allow them to keep community goats on their extra grass. Only now can I truly say how thankful I am they did not succeed.
... either by humans or gusts of wind that send sand through every open crevice. Depending on the road, the sands of Niamey, ***** can be either three to six inches of loose sand that is a burden to trudge through and very similar to the sands on the dunes of the Oregon coast, or a well packed hard surface that does not cushion your fall, like the dried up trails of Sunriver in the middle of August.
Today as I walked in search of cheese, yogurt, an ATM machine, apples, ...
... make sure Dane soaks the hair first, and we should be good. But no. I was terrible at explaining. It was scary to trust someone to just start chopping off hair. I began to wonder if barbers were open on the weekend to fix this in case this all went terribly wrong. The YouTube videos explain how to cut hair were not loading fast enough. Danielle used common sense, and skepticism of all things involving haircuts.
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BP. 882, Niamey | Hotelfrom $102