Black Forest Lodge
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... br> I was outside eating my breakfast at the table and a bird was singing and I whistled back to him. The bird came closer and closer, finally within 2 ft from me. Molly Molly said at this moment "Your name should be Song Bird" and it stuck.
but what's funny is that I found out 5 days later that back at mile 75. A guy named Border Patrol gave me the name ...
... I'm dying. I've got no water and 20 miles to go between towns"
Mom -"Oh, just enjoy all of it. it's all find, just enjoy it"
I thought this was a funny conversation between family members.
Another hiker I met was making a podcast and his buddy he is hiking with has short-term memory issues and I got to talking with them how hiking has benefited his mental health. And every day, in the morning, is the hardest part because ...
... to our tippee after fetching some munchies to take home with us. The drive in fried chicken hut did nothing for us, still feeling stuffed from our lunch. Wandering into Walgreens for snacks, the girl behind the counter went all silly over our accents, having only ever met one other English person ever. She just said can you just keep talking, oh please just say ..... & ..... So we amused her no end by just talking to her. We giggled all the way back to our teepee about ...
... message on the side of the trailer is one that anyone that rides in an amazing Packard will attest to; "Built by Gentlemen for Gentlemen, Just ask a Gentlemen that owns one"
This beautiful car is all set and ready, with the names of the driver and navigator applied to the side window . This 1938 Packard is almost ready to "Start Your Engines Gentlemen".
The day went very smoothly until after the car went into ...
... eh, gentleman on the other.
Most of the folks at our table were from Canada, and most of those from British Columbia. They have very American sounding names; Ruth, Martha, Betty, Harry, Otto, Russ, Nigel. Nigel? Yes, he was born a Britt, went to Canada on business, decided he liked it and became a citizen. It was fun conversing with them, learning about their homes and their plans for this winter, when and how they were to return to their homes. Most stay in the U.S. ...