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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s zoo. Apparently even though Colombia is in South America, it has an ideal climate for hippo raising. Escobar's hippos' fertility rates are through the roof!
More: 71% of the Earth's surface is covered with water. Sharks live in water. Sharks kill 12 people per year. Fortunately, PEOPLE kill 11, 417 sharks per HOUR--odds are, we'll get them before they get us.
You are 5 times more likely to be killed by ...
... put poor Sam Gamgee through. And I bet the crucifixion wasn't exactly a picnic for those loyal Apostles. It's unrealistic for me to declare myself the star of my family's vacation. Like most mothers and wives, when I am with my husband and children, I am not the main character; I am the producer, the director, the costume department, the audience and the entire supporting cast.
A true protagonist, like Luke Skywalker, or Dorothy from ...
... trip to Ecuador, because I've got to do something, sometime, or I will lose my mind, and because I have always wanted to see the Amazon before we cut it all down and burn it to fuel the airplanes we use to travel around the world whenever it starts snowing. Plus tarantulas! Piranha! Pink river dolphins!
A few weeks in, when I had the trip all mapped out, I told Guy about it, and he shook his head and said something like "blah blah budget ...
... been so close to this dark of clouds before. It was frightening yet exciting. It felt like a scenario that could be covered in Backpacker Magazine. 8/14/2014 27 miles (2074) More T storms and camp at Warm springs creek. 8/15/2014 28 miles (2102) I met Scott Williamson today, a famous PCT hiker known for holding the world record on the trail for many years. It wasn't until last year that his record was broken. He is at it again now and I met him as he was making his ...
... Fort Dalles military complex. It is one of Oregon's oldest museums. The museum opened its doors in 1905. There is a collection of pioneer and military artifacts and antique wagons.
We then went to Big Jim's and ate ice cream. We traveled along the Columbia River Gorge again. This time the scenery is different. It is not the evergreen along the western portion of the gorge. It is barren and more desert appearing.