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... and sights in England. Nicolette collected her skills in a few games of pool as she managed to show me up a few games. Can’t win em all I guess :P We fell asleep watching the most fantastic movie in the world on her iPad. It was called Mama Mia, and she suggested it saying it was her favorite. I must add, that took so much for me not to jump out the window from the third floor. What a terrible musical! LOL
I could have strung a few disrespectful kids ...
... my way around the place with all the familiar items, pictures and smells I finally broke down as I walked into the third bedroom with the old bunk beds we used when we were little. I have been avoiding thinking about my Grandpas passing but there was no avoiding here. I miss him terribly. But his home will hopefully help me get past this odd sleep cycle I have. (As I write this at 2:45am!!!!!!) I am going to show Dan ...
Apparently Stage 1 of the Tour kicks off today in York and the riders will see a giant swath of West and North Yorkshire. I have to admit the main focus for us what the preparation for the next day and the all important climb up Holme Moss in Stage 2. I spent the morning recovering from the rigors of the race the previous evening and relaxing. The big event during the day was lunch ...
... GPS and farm tractors slowed us down a bit, but we did see some of the more well-known villages that Rick Steves raves about. There wasn't too much parking available, because in June, most everyone apparently goes to the Cotswolds. After a few photos taken out the window, I conceded it was better to get back on the M-something or other and get going to Manchester.
We hit some rain and delays with construction and accidents, and descended with ...
It was almost noon when a dozen Sherpas finally arrived to help take Hall down the mountain. With a guide on either side of him, he was able to walk down to high camp. From there, he rode a yak to base, bumping down the mountain on a saddle made of foam sleeping mats. It took Mazur and his team two days to make their own way down. As soon as they arrived, they went to ...
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