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... s symbol and I sewed a shell patch on my backpack. Color combinations vary from blue & yellow to red & white and so on. Thankfully there does not seem to be any color requirements. Mine is blue and yellow but it was simply by default. I like the modern depiction that is a kind of abstract interpretation of a shell.
Pilgrim Passport: the Credencial del Peregrino is a pamphlet size multi-fold document that is a "passport" only ...
... Lisa as a third grade teacher and mentored her into administration. Lisa was a principal in Forks, WA and now teaches again in Prescott. We visited her classroom, then went to her house and met her husband, Steve. After a grand tour we ate at a family-owned Mexican Restaurant. Everything from the salsa to the Margaritas tasted fresh and unusually delicious. Steve is an interesting guy to talk to and Steve and Lisa are a fun couple to ...
... Middle East; on one 160-mile march from Kuwait into Iraq, his teeshirt was so thickly caked with deposited salt that it actually tore when he tried to remove it. Ew.) Kevin and I spent the morning making French toast on the deck barbecue, talking about yoga, jobs, life, et cetera. I haven't spent any considerable time with him in yeeeears, so it was great to just hang out together. In the afternoon, all of us went out to a box canyon in ...
... which was essentially a hoarders excuse for a museum, it was a fantastic collection of stuff, some of it to do with mining but mostly it was just one man’s idea of what was not junk, but treasure. I have to say that the collection that he had was fascinating and we met people who were coming back for their second day to have a look around. If you like old cars, old machinery, tools, motorbikes, signs, trains, basically anything metal, you would love ...
... year I've actually seen any real rain. Of course, it's still not like FL or HI rain, but I did appreciate it.
Freddy is still good, though showing a bit of age now (well who isn't?) He doesn't like to take long walks anymore, but he's still the favorite dog in the neighborhood.
Life is good!
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