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Dear Friends and Family,
It's been about six months since our last blog post and about eight months since we've come back from our trip. I recently came across some notes that I took on our trip, which I thought I would share with you.
India versus the US
So first off, I apologize for falling off the face of the Earth in this blog. I've grown a bit bored of blogging in this format and have been wayyy behind on typing out each daily entry.
As an update, I spent the summer in Alaska on the Coral, went home for a few weeks in where I celebrated Mike's 28th birthday with him roadtripping through Oregon before we moved from Washington to the Sacramento area of California. I was only ...
... only we worked someplace else. There’s no way a job could fulfill all of our emotional and financial needs. What we’re really looking for is a way to feel emotionally complete. A job can’t do that. Where we can get that is from a rich, integrated community. What we need is to find our tribe. We need to find our village.
The relative unimportance of things has been on Amanda’s mind quite a bit since ...
... Slibovala nádherné scenérie a také zajímavou atmosféru...
Natoupením do vlaku mi definitivně končil pobyt na západním pobřeží Ameriky, tam, kde jsme si to s Romčou nesmírně zamilovali. Ovšem ještě alespoň na moment zůstanu na tom východním...
EN: I made my travel from Vancouver south down to California a bit complicated, more than I originally planned. Crossing the border to USA was easy this ...
... vineyards. Napa Valley is not designed for RV's so next time, we will leave Big Mo at home and go in the car - it was very pretty, though.
From here we drove to our KOA campground in Sacramento to see Fred's cousin Suzanne. We met for dinner and had another enjoyable evening catching up and laughing about old stories. Back at the campground, we found out the cable ...