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... road seems wide and it has very generous shoulders. It is quite enjoyable. We are nearing the road to Pincher Creek and the need for a washroom break starts to become our focus and so does the need for gasoline. We turn down the road, naturally Boomer protests, so I protest back and turn off his sound. In the field someone has set up black, wooden silhouettes depicting a cattle drive. From corner of the eye they almost look real. Further on similar ...
... Great Barrier Reef, and hunted leopards and lions with camera and binoculars? It may seem odd, but my answer to that riddle is a children's song, adapted for a TV commercial. That said, it's probably my favourite commercial of all-time. Here's the song and I hope you'll agree it does the trick.
The World really is awesome.
Now...on to the next adventure!
... Man kann sich vorstellen, dass wir uns dem nicht ganz gewachsen fühlten. Aber es hörte sich sehr beeindruckend an, was man so aus nichts aufbauen kann, wenn man aus Überzeugung arbeitet.
Ausserdem waren wir in der weltbewegend großen größten Mall Nordamerikas West Edmonton Mall, im Kino, beim Eisessen und in Heidis Haus auf dem Land Himbeerpflücken. Proviant für den nächsten Trip der - wie sich dann ...
I decided to start my blog on my upcoming to trip to Europe with Contiki because 1. I really want to give future people doing this tour a travelogue since the contiki discussions don't have anything on this tour and 2. I'm just that damn excited for it!
13 months before departure:
~ We have selected and given a deposit for my departure date. We received an early booking ...
... getting all the stuff closed up and out the door. At
about 4:30 am, I was on my way to the airport. The roads weren't bad
but as I looked to the sky in hopes to see this lunar eclipse, there
was none to be found – too much clouds. Oh well.
The line up at the airport was quite
long but I used one of the kiosks to check myself in. Had to pay $52
USD because I was over the 50lbs limit but I'd rather pay it than