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... that they caught, or the scenery. The photographer did not accompany them. Sorry no pics.
Dinner tonite was roasted wild turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy and sweet snap peas. The wild turkey was from Bryant's hunt last fall. Lots of leftovers to freeze for later. Yum!
Day 15: 2165 miles
Sunday through Wednesday, June 15-18
It was fall 1992, my first quarter in the graduate program in nutrition at UC Davis. I was, like all the other newbies, enrolled in the required "how to be a graduate student" course. The instructor was a lovely man who explained how the program worked, what the oral exams were like (and crucial hint: how to choose your orals committee), and other necessary information.
... The Silex Springs had colors in it that were so beautiful you felt like diving in and just relaxing in there, even though the temperature is around 193 degrees Fahrenheit.
Old Faithful was a must see and we just missed seeing one of the eruptions that occur approximately every 90 minutes. We decided to look through the Visitor Center and listen to a Park Ranger presentation about the first explorers ...
... 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 ...
We spent a bit of time looking round the shop at all the amazing products...fake mounted jackalope heads being my personal favourite, and then we were back in the van again for the final leg of our journey today.
As we drove through tiny little Montana towns, Graeme pointed out all the road signs with little holes in them; he said that they were bullet holes, and that shooting signs was a popular redneck hobby. I was shocked...I genuinely thought that ...