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... br> Wednesday, 30 July: full day tour of Cu Chi tunnels, Museums and Markets
Thursday, 31 July: full day tour of Mekong Delta
Friday, 1 August: Fly Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi/Transfer to V'Spirit 3 day/2 night cruise in Ha Long Bay
Saturday, 2 August: full day on Ha Long Bay
Sunday, 3 August: AM on cruise/transfer to Hanoi. Overnight train to Sapa
Monday, 4 ...
... Arches National Park in Moab. While there I saw all of the amazing rock formations. Awesome sights and remarkable demonstration of the powerful forces in the history of the planet.
After leaving Moab I took the most direct back road route to Provo. Again the landscape was somewhat unremarkable until west of Price Utah. Somewhere around Price the mountains became more prominant, verdant and nearer to the roadway. All very beautiful all the way to Provo. ...
... on the ground.
Washington State couldn’t sustain a quality drive against BYU’s defense. The crimson and white penetrated the red zone just once and failed to score a touchdown.
It’s only the third time Leach’s offense didn’t reach the end zone in his 128 games as a head coach.
"We've got to be a mentally tougher team," Leach said after the game. "When something negative happens, we can't have all these ...
... Nevada. What’s in Gerlach you ask? Nothin’ really, but it is the gateway to the Black Rock Desert, home of BurningBird – ur, I mean BurningMan and the annual unofficial BurningMan event – Juplaya.
Can’t say I’m sad to go, this smoke is really getting to me. <cough> And Cara has enough bug bites to play 'connect the dots’ with her bumps. She says that cold alcohol takes away the sting. Really. Really, really. ...
... least four or five grand. I'd leave right after Christmas and be there until the day before school started. So, this summer I'm planning on taking road trips and sleeping on the beaches in Southern California, lots of backpacking (Havasupai Falls especially!), rock climbing, kayaking, and running a few half marathons, 10K's, and 5K's. I might skip Fall semester to work in Arizona with the Anasazi Indians as a wilderness guide/counselor. But we shall see where the ...