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... rosebay rhododendron blooming along the creek and the trail. At one point, the rhododendron formed a tunnel of green leaves and white flowers to hike through. In about a mile, the trail followed another logging road and crossed Davidson River on a big bridge that led back to the parking lot. I shuttled the other drivers back to their cars at Gloucester Gap and then we packed the cars up and began the long drive ...
... one would only need or want to do once. Nevertheless, it was truly a once-in-lifetime, satisfying experience for us. It was satisfying because we successfully dealt with the challenges presented to us living off-the-grid. It was also very satisfying for the things we did and saw together, further enriching our lives together. Thanks for allowing us share Eleuthera 2014 with ...
... stay with him for the night in Los Angeles. We are hooking up with three of Sunnie's cousins while there... (since most of you all were at the wedding, you know that she has exactly 489 cousins). Then, off to Auckland, New Zealand the next night.
We leave LA at 10:30pm on June 21 and land in Auckland at 6:30am on June 23. We will skip right over June 22. We never liked that day, anyway.
Thanks for letting us share.
... met by Rev. Frederick Reese, who gracefully gave us his accounts, involvements, and views of The Civil Rights Movement era. I believe that everyone of us who sat ear shy of him re-lived that Movement through him! Rev. Reese took the time with each of us for photos, book signing, and loads of Southern hugs! Upon leaving his church we noticed the address: 1548 Dr. F.D. Reese Street Selma, AL. Rev Reese had his very own street named after him and ...
... and then the building of a fire out in the yard with the musical accompaniment of Christmas music with a country twist. After a Christmas dinner of steaks cooked on the barbecue and delicious twice baked potatoes we young'uns head out to the fire to drink some more, play Truth or Dare (yup there was some streaking involved!) and burn every last piece of wood we could find....this is what happens when you leave 2 pyros alone with a fire!
Boxing Day, alas, ...
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