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... or something so of course it scared the **** out of us (the kids slept right thru it lol); there were cops flying down the street with sirens and lights too. It took about 10 minutes for it to die down and I think we were just too tired to try and figure out what was happening so we went to sleep. 6hes later at 4am Harlan decided he was well rested and that the rest of us were too. We got up and all got dressed, as soo as we opened the door to pack up we all started wishing we had ...
... of Mistress Shore (normally only mentioned in the play) and she followed him round speaking his lines as he signed and signing everyone else's speeches to him. This made things quite difficult to follow.
At the start of Act II the stage was besieged by owls. They had a nest somewhere - presumably in the roof - and as dusk fell the owlets started screeching for food and the parents began to circle regularly above the stage with beaks ...
We left Reno after a quick oil change and made great time all the way to Oregon. We met up with Brodie and traveled for a couple hours before finding a stop to camp at low altitude before our trip to Crater lake.
We have a beautiful spot, located right on the Rogue River. Amazingly it is in cell range - thus this quick update.
Off to cook hamburgers on the fire - cold beer in hand.
... hanging in the shade of the coral!
Two questions come to mind:
Where was I last night?
Where am I now?
Embrace what is
Our next destination is Medford, Oregon. What's drawing us there is Jolene.
I met Jolene on-line. We’re both members of the Next Step Group, a community of artists using digital imaging dedicated to exploring, sharing and supporting each other’s creative lives. ...
... bigger enough to walk around in, cook in, have a nice hot shower in etc. Are we jealous? Only when the weather is ****** as it was then.
Next stop was another nice BLM campsite at Diamond Campground in the Uintah National Forest a few kms off the US Interstate 6 and 191. When we got there the site was only partly open, there was no Camp Host around and like some of the others overnighting there we thereby got a free
night’s stay. Camp Hosts are unpaid ...