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... our own unique voices, our yearnings and for me, how I am feeling as my 65th birthday is quickly approaching.
I’m feeling so much better today – a little clumsy – so we’ve chosen this easy trail that is nevertheless quite beautiful. There seems to be ...
... absorb the interaction
of the leaves with the wind gusts that come and go -
leaves no longer holding on to their tree's trunk -
letting go, floating, gliding within the window frame and
then out of my vision.
Harvey helps me to do another one of the “maneuvers” and I am so much
better! Those little crystals in my ear must be almost back in place!
Harvey has helped and set me on a lounge chair on our ...
... them, some expensive, some tacky, some dull and the New Balance one very interesting. Our motel is exotically called the Oxen Yoke Motel, and it turned out that it was an annex for the Eastern Slope Resort, a swanky hotel on Main Street. We slummed it in the motel thankfully, its facilities being exactly what we could have desired. Supper in Rafferty's - we still haven't come to terms with the volumes of food! - and back to the motel for a welcome night's ...
... what seemed like miles barely moving. When we finally make our way back onto the road and I attempted to use my bevy of maps and google map printouts to extrapolate the location of our hotel and hope for the best. Mountain View Grand is way out there and probably a good 45 from where we were. I was proud of myself for finding it. We took the 3 into Whitefield and then over the 116 to Mountain View Road which brought us down a lovely back ...
... climb to gather up our gear and come back down.
The next day it rained the entire day, so Ben and I drove around to view the leaves and we drove to three covered bridges in the area. I never realized that covered bridges were quite the attraction. I actually still have no idea why covered bridges were constructed...I mean, do any of you know why people decided that it made sense to cover a bridge? (Maybe I ought to google it...)
On Wednesday, the rain ...