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... get some nice heavy squats. They have a pretty good range of equipment and a pool we can use too so I'm sure that will be nice in the winter. We were pretty exhausted after and just made a trip to Walmart for a few more things then relaxed.
Overall it's been a pretty quiet week but it's been nice to just take it slow as it's been pretty crazy up to this and we know it's gonna get pretty crazy in a months time!!
This morning we had planned to skype a few people, however the WIFI had gone down last night and still wasn't working so we had give up on skype for now.
There were a few things going on today in near by towns...first off we stopped in Edwards (10 mins drive west) for a Pumpkin Patch. It said there would be lots of pumpkin displays, however there wasn't as much as they had made out...it was still fun to see so many different shapes, sizes and colours of pumpkins.
... there's always a next time! They also have lots of art work/canvases etc on the walls of the local area which are just amazing!
Afterwards we went to Walmart to get a big fan as the screen on our windows don't allow much breeze in and it can get pretty hot!
Darren also got a little sketch book as I keep telling him how good he is at drawing but he doesn't' think so....now he has a sketch book he can practice more and see how good he really ...
It was so lucky to reach the Rockies when the Aspen trees were wearing their golden colour. It does not happen for long so I enjoy my week there with Pickles and for few days with Theo before he flew back to London.
My french friends would say that the Rockies don't have the majesty of the french Alps but I love their softness and the fact that you can reach the summit within few hours but still can climb verticals ...
... debated political topic at a dinner party. I would make the unsubstantiated claim that Myanmar is home to the "most benevolent people in the world," but respect has worked in the converse, ramping up to religious extremism and punishing people who do not comply within the highly prescribed meaning of "religious respect" (reference: the story of Phil imprisoned for posting a picture of Buddah wearing headphones). Or take my fellow ...