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... a new one but it doesn't matter what trailer just nice to haul your stuff. I don't know how I would have packed for any of our long trips without it. Amazing how you can load it up. Of course we bought Harley shirts, souvenirs, etc... so it was packed when we got home. Again thank you to all who have followed us on our journey. We hope you enjoyed following the blog. It was an adventure you cannot forget but now it is time to get things done around home. ...
... attraction since it's discovery. There are stalagmites & stalactites which are thousands of years old.
On our way home, we came across Cabela's - it was Russell's lucky day as he has been hanging out to see one since we've been here and all of a sudden there one was. It is the most amazing shop, an indoor paradise for hunters. It was like a museum with lots of life sized stuffed American ...
... It was dripping sweat nasty today, the knifes edge was awesome tho! It seemed like the first 10 miles went by super quick...then we started to stop and talk ... :) .... and it went down hill for the mileage! But after a big boost from some great trail magic, we made it quickly to town - where we were pleasantly surprised by a quick ride to town! Amazingly a guy stopped on the side of the road - when the traffic light was green for his lane, don't worry, ...
... a chock shake that I drank half of. Steve had Deluxe hamburger with onion rigs and fried eggplant Great meal $65 for 5.
The GPS took us on all back roads coming home and then into a loop around Hass rd, Windsor Castle rd and some other road hence the title of this blog - we needed to reset it and pretend were going to DC until we got onto a numbered route Gabrielle was familiar with.
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I thought it was going to be an interesting day. We started the day with our last lesson at noon. It was only Jen and I in the group. Our instructor's name was Andy. We told him we had been out riding about 8 times and that we were comfortable controlling the board and fine with heel side turns and stops but that we needed work on our toeside turns, linking turns and getting off the lift without falling.
He took us up the bunny ...
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