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... it. To say the place is barren is an understatement but it certainly is something special - noticed we went lower than sea level on three or four separate occasions!!
After consulting with a most disgruntled park ranger (who was working but not getting paid - because of these "muppet politicians" - we decided to drive northwards on the east side of Yosemite (past Whitney) and hope that highway 120 into and through Yosemite was open - at this stage we had already established ...
... things in it. Kris and I grabbed some water and headed back to the bus where we made the scary 30 minute drive back to the cruise port.
We checked out It's Sugar one last time to make sure we didn't forget anything, and I didn't notice before that they had chocolate pop rocks so I got some, and we headed back to the ship. There wasn't much going on in the way of entertainment on board that night so we just went back to shower, have dinner, hit up the hot tub, and go to ...
A nice, warm tropical day
at sea as we head for Puerto Limon, Costa Rica. We turned back the
clocks an hour for the first time. Once we have done that 23 more
times we will be back in Fort Lauderdale. The temperature has risen
noticeably as we head south. We are now in real tropical weather with
warm breezes and warm rainfalls.
... first. This of course would be curtailed as the knowledge of our brittle nature forced us to bond together to survive first. To share to a point and to steal to protect your food, your sustenance. In my mind, I can easily understand how the industrial man has protected his group, not so dissimilar to the Plains Indians who took from those around him to make sure his group survived.
I see how the modern man, the men I so harshly criticized in the ...
... has been around for centuries and the Russians began working with concrete subs for a few decades. The concrete submarine website is out there for anyone interested. But I would like to briefly mention a few highlights which got me really interested in pursuing the idea. First of all, the costs are comparative o boats of the same size, compared to old surplus subs that can run into the 250,000 dollar range, and are not suited for yachts due to their size ...