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... yesterday and today doing some last minute preparations for the trip. I am now completely (I think) packed.
My carryon is filled (literally filled) with snacks, books, and crossword puzzles.
My luggage is filled with clothes and resources for the three weeks of teaching we need to do. I finally feel like I'm ready to go.
I'll most likely post something from the airport because I'll be there at least 3 hours in advance of the ...
... the window is the incredible rock face of Table Mountain. This is where I got a lump in my stomach, and I had that "don't look down" feeling. The car makes hundreds of safe trips up and down the mountain every single day, but that didn't make me feel any better. Those last few moments are sheer terror! LOL. Once I got to the top I walked around a bit, but not to the extent of 2011. Two years ago I walked the entire mountain top, all the way over ...
... as long as I promised to give her part of the treasure which I saw in my dream. She believed the dream was real and insisted that I go ahead to the pyramids where the treasure was in my dream. I left with mixed thoughts about whether to go for the treasure or ...
... goes where, who eats what and as they grow their own food some of the equipment they uses is quite alien. They're nice people but I'm not sure I can quite buy into their line of thinking - as they seem to be aiming for a 'perfect' diet and some of the more 'spiritual' believes I couldn't take on. I've not really been able to eat an 'junk' food at all, as it wouldn't be hugely praised, if I were to bring crisps, milk ...
... grounds nearby.
Some 24 kms after the US/Yukon border post which we were ushered through politely and speedily by the Canadian official (we never saw his US equivalent) we pulled off the road and bush camped (N64 07.609 W140 36.380) on a large, flat graveled area but hidden by a grassy mound from the few passing vehicles that came along.
Next morning we drove on to the free ferry crossing where one is carried across the mighty and at that time muddy Yukon River ...