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... and it happened today. The sky was filled with more balloons than stars visible in the nighttime Chicago sky. One of our fellow RVs described it "like being in a tropical sea below swarms of beautifully colored tropical fish." I stayed on top of our RV, sans my morning coffee, in awe at the balloons overhead for 2 hours.
In the flying competition balloons try to drop a weighted streamer on an "X" in the field – the ...
... to haul? Tractor and trailer both weigh a combined 35-40k lbs. The tractor itself weighs about 12k. Some trailors are lighter than others. You can haul as much as the trailer not to exceed 80k lbs gross weight. So sorry I am late posting some of the Q&A everyone! Remember just message me with questions and I will post them as soon as I have the ...
... time we rode an additional 15 miles past our turn off road. We found the first gas station and downed a large cup of hot chocolate. Our toes and fingers barely functioned. I keep harassing Scott saying we should not of headed north, it is too cold. Today the weather said everywhere we would have gone is equally as cold. Yeesh. A group of our friends are in Hawaii, we were invited, they are watching whales, we are watching javelinas and hail. ...
... represent the clouds. These dancers evoke rain and spirits of their ancestors.
It was very interesting to hear the a member of the Pueblo Zuni discuss issues regarding loss of language and culture.He outlined that up until about 20 years ago all children and family spoke traditional language. Today many children do not speak fluent Pueblo language, however many strategies are being implemented to retain traditional language and ...
... inscriptions have been left by
many cultures. Over the centuries
travelers have stopped at the wall to camp and drink from the pool of water at
the base of the cliff. First came the
ancient pueblo cultures that left their petroglyphs on the wall, then came the Spaniards
who carved their messages into the wall, next came the explorers from the east,
the U.S. Military, and finally the settlers moving westward, all of who left
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