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... riding around shooting up a storm and accidently getting us instead.
Eventually we rumbled into Chicken.
Kaff has been busting her gut to get here after reading her book. It was bigger than I thought. They had 2 RV Campgrounds, an old Gold Mining dredge, the old school house with out buildings, a Post office.. and then The Chicken Roadhouse which consisted of a souvenir shop,a bar and a café. Looked like 3 different stores but inside the ...
... Target. We then had dinner and came back to the cabin. It is raining here tonight and supposed to be pretty cold and windy, so no chance to see the Northern Lights tonight. We are going to enjoy the cabin and play some cards.
We are really having a great time. I have laughed so much my stomach is sore. We have seen some great sights and just enjoying spending time with each other.
... Thoreau's 'Walking'. I've enjoyed reading his words but doubt my traveling in an RV would have Henry's approval. The spirit of the walk is wild, I feel that when hiking a beautiful trail and traveling to new destinations is not tame.
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After a night of rain it was still raining lightly In the morning and I decided to brave the rain to pack to camp to check out the Chene Hot Springs Camping area. By the time I packed up camp my fingers were frozen and the 20 minute ride to the Hot springs in the cold and rain just compounded the issue, by the time I arrived the fingers felt like they were going to fall off(a bit dramatic I ...