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... of faith and unity. As for the inside, I honestly can't even begin to describe it without falling short. It was dead silent in the most peaceful way. The thing about the Bahai faith is that it encompasses every religion, practices acceptance of all kinds of faith. It was just.. it wasn't about the physical details, though they too were just as wonderful (dome ceiling completely made of lacework cornerstone that I could legitimately stare ...
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have a big shopping day planned tomorrow to start getting
her costume ready! I've opted for a less scary but far more
patriotic idea, I'm repping the Aussies & going as a koala
(though I'm fully expecting to end up looking more like a
mouse than anything, but hopefully a mini branch of ...
... balls for crafts (of course you have to go further south to find them).
An Indiana Beach commercial claims "there's more than corn in Indiana." But travelling Hwys I75N, I74W and I65N through Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana you’d see little else. Flatlands and farms comprise most of the scenery, so we amused ourselves with silly or interesting sights. Dave always ...
... unfortunately overtaking the native tussock, but it does look neat. The area I was in was a volcanic zone stretching from this park (right in the middle of the north island) to White Island about 70 miles to the northeast. The date was March 17, 2005, New Zealand's fall season. I'll get back to the significance of the date later. The bus driver gave us a speech, telling us to make sure to make it to the end by 5 p.m., because the last bus leaves there at 5:30 p.m. The ...
Before arriving at our next campsite we visited the Mariposa Grove. This home to the Giant Sequoias, the largest living things on Earth. These true giants were impressive, not the tallest trees, that would be the redwoods, but the largest in volume and up to 30ft across. You can fit dozens of people at the base of these things, some of which were 3000 years old. We hiked through the Sequoias and Douglas Fur Trees with the white ...