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... s as the Golden Miles of the PCT). You get to pee almost anywhere you want, bc you are by yourself, you have stopped caring what everyone else thinks, you deserve to go happily insane and completely lose yourself.
900-1000: Much like the 90-100 yrs olds, you start to wonder..."How did I make it this far?" "What's next?"
That's all I've got so far for the trail miles and age.
I got ...
... just yesterday and day before, we were baking in 90 degree temps in the desert at 1000 feet elevation. Now here at 8500 feet, our water bottles freeze at night. With 16 miles left to go to where the PCT crosses hwy 18 for Big Bear, Jay and I kept a steady fast pace. We kinda slept in, not starting hiking until 9am. The trail led us past a movie animal park. I guess that is where they have trained wild animals for Hollywood flicks. We saw ...
Travel Blog has been updated with cities we will be visiting matched with the dates we will be in said cities. I have a long way to go before I am ready to get on that plane, but at least this part is done.
I'm hoping to have decent access to wifi hotspots, but even if access is limited, I am ready! I ordered a Mifi to use for this summer's travels, so I should be ok either way.
Now... to make sure that I can remember how to access this on my iPad!!!
... br> *I have to say this was also true of Linda Demarest in Dallas...turns out she had had the hots for Billy a hundred years ago and adored him. I heard she adored me too :O) but the only time we had ever met I was carrying his three babies and 240 pounds on my belly so not sure if I was viewed as a threat or NOT!!! (HaHaHaHaHaHa That's actually pretty funny. (Great energy-Right Linda?)
... encouraging. LAFCO members seemed to think the area was too small to support itself as a city.
Then Supervisor Dennis Hansberger during his first term in office said the concerns were that Grand Terrace had no tax base -- meaning little sales tax revenue and an insufficient amount of property taxes -- to pay for city services.
But Hansberger supported the city and helped obtain the $28,000 needed for a feasibility study.
The residents ...