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... little button that is the size of a quarter. This tiny techno wonder is a shutter remote for my iPhone camera. No more at-arms-length selfies for me! Well, fewer, at least.
I’ve got my backup battery and this great little cable that, between the three different component connectors, will charge everything that needs charging in my bag.
And the apps. Oh the apps I ...
... store at the campsite, which was a moderate substitute. The adults met for drinks at 8pm and listened to the string quartet which some typical orchestral tunes as well as odd Jimi Hendrix selections. It was a great meal for everyone, and we were very appreciative of the terrific company. Chris and Ben returned to their tent site and left early the next morning with the hopes of siting a bear on the way out of the park. It was wonderful to have some adult time and ...
... day and full of creepiness during the nights... so we chilled out watching late night TV shows at the hostel.
The photos tell the rest of the story, including our very very long wait for our train (AMTRAK office in S.L opens at 10pm and our train was scheduled at 3am..) so we did what anyone would do to kill time.. we saw a movie! WOO DIVERGENT :D
FROM THERE WE WERE ON OUR WAY TO DENVER, COLORADO :D
... We picked out a couple DVDs for the house and went shopping. Chris and I looked at the toys and found a word game with dice that looked fun then we had some chicken wings and continued onto Ace Hardware. We were on the hunt for some tile to replace the backsplash in the kitchen, but they didn't have any. I did find a really cool copper wind art piece that I had to have for the courtyard! They also had some super long forks for roasting marshmallows and hot dogs, but they were ...
Hi there, sorry for the delay.
Was a long drive yesterday and some boys didn't want to get up earlier....
The Yellowstone national park is huge and fantastic but it takes a while to drive through.
We had every possible kind of weather when we were there (snow, hail, rain, sun, fog,...).
I can say we saw definitely a lot of elks and bison but also 2 wolfs and some pronghorns. No bears and moose ...