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... the tour at this point of the line". She further distracted me by having me take some pictures of the 'jelly bean art'---some really cool 'pictures' made entirely out of glued on jelly beans---Ronnie Regan, Elvis, the Pope, bunch of various singers/performers, the flag, Lady Liberty, to name just a few. Also got a shot of a custom motorcycle made especially for Jelly Belly--only problem was it was NOT a Harley--was a Victory, so ...
... dinner, but I was really hot and wanted to go home and take a shower. It could also be that the time difference was catching up with me.
I am still kicking myself for not staying to meet Debbie, Jimmy's wife. I really enjoyed being with my only first cousins on this side of the sod. I feel weird being the only girl left. Fortunately, I feel Tina around whenever Patrick and I get together.
... congrats to Meg!!!
Then the last minute errands started. First, a run to drop off the recycling, then to get the now- wrapped presents out in the mail, and then to target.
With the clock counting down to the last fifty minutes of our time in Modesto today, J went on a landscaping mad dash and mowed the lawn an watered the plants within half an hour. Then,
It was time to clear the fridge.
8/26 - We broke camp and headed south - we were beginning to act like the horse heading for the barn - 7,425 driving miles so far. Stopped in Bandon, Oregon for lunch - would have eaten in one of the crab shacks on the beach but it was cold and windy - another nasty day. It began to rain as we left Bandon - no setting up camp tonight. We crossed the California border - almost home. We drove into Trinidad late - very thankful to the ...
... and into Tatshenshini - Alsek Provincial Park, British Columbia. For the rest, follow the photos and plot the flight. Before landng on the beach on the Pacific Coast side of Glacier Bay NP (balloon tires), Paul chased a minimum of 10 Grizzly and Black bears plus cubs off the beach (they were eating strawberries) - concerned about how far the grizzlies had run, my first comment after deplaning was "who has ...