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... route that was followed by this expedition."
Tonight Denis admitted that for the first time he is feeling ready to be home or, at least, is okay with the idea of being home soon. I think when we get this close, no matter how great the time away has been, we both begin to want to be home and start creating those lists in our heads of things we need to tend to, etc. It has been an amazing trip, though, for sure.
When saddling up, on my front break lever I noticed two things hanging before starting Crush - a miniature kangaroo and koala bear key chain. Yes, as though we might somehow forget our time with our Aussie brothers, before leaving in the morning before us, they kindly left us with a token to be sure and remember them by. They accomplished their objective!
When walking down the block for breakfast, we came upon a site that any ...
... watched the video about Yellowstone and were surprised to see footage of animals attacking people that got too close to them. They certainly made their point clear!
We stopped at Petrified Tree which really wasn't all that exciting to look at but are glad we did because we ended up seeing a small grizzly bear. He was across the road about 25 ft away climbing through the bushes on the side of a hill. ...
... punches and work with what you've got. This was shared with me by
a good family friend who traveled to Tibet and Nepal in the 80s. I
was inspired and throught that it would be a good way to keep my
big thank you to my daddy for driving us all the way to Seattle for
our flight and to the moms (Christy and Emily) who put their nerves
aside to send us on our way this morning.
Missoulians in Nepal (Quinn and ...