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... looking out at this scene filling our windows, I had an inspiration for the RV industry. It's the merging of two current technologies.
- "LED" windows in houses can be turned opaque by flipping a switch. They’re used in certain bathroom situations.
- My brother Steve’s Mustang dashboard lighting can display thousands of colors of your choice. ...
... a little wary of our presence. After fjording the creek, the three sheep-guarding polar bears began to roar and run straight at us.
In my mind: "So....this is how it's going to be. I'm going to get mauled by a sheep dog first thing in the morning..."
At 20 yards, their barks turned to smiles and it became obvious that I was about to get a polar bear hug. A giant tongue slap to the face. The leader and largest of the three was "Hamilton" and decided to ...
... just as beautiful. We had taken this road once before several years ago, traveling the opposite direction, and we were definitely glad we had chosen to drive it again today - it was all so pretty! While we drove across on top of the pass, a storm started to move in. Soon, we saw a bright flash of lightning, and a second or less later, loud thunder that echoed across the valleys. We didn't see such close lightning anymore, but we ...
... related and ancestors migrated over the Bering straight land bridge from there. I thought it was interesting that he theorized Tibetans specifically, not just Chinese in general. I noticed many people had a Navajo radion station tuned on, after i left towards Shiprock, i tuned in to 940am and found it. I have alwys loved that music, but listening to the Navajo talk in between was interesting. They even gave people a heads up on certian ceremony dates and emphasized No ...
Starting at Spring Creek Pass near Creede, we began hiking with our 50
& 60 pound packs. My parents, Tom & Annette, graciously dropped
us off. We immediately started gaining elevation
from 10,900 ft. We hiked up and down over Jarosa Mesa to our first stop
8.7 miles into the Rio Grande National Forest. we camped across from
the ruins and rebuilding site of the Colorado Trail Friends Yurt, which
was recently destroyed in a wind storm. Surprisingly ...