Black Oak Cabin
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... leg sweat on every pavement I sat down on) -we rode through Anza-Borrugo desert, Leash used to work there! Proudaher! -the steepest hill in the world that I deemed 37% grade (that percentage is not at all accurate) -naptime hilltime -general store that was a saving grace -Lauren bought a 5 pound bag of ice, we put the ice everywhere (back pockets, bras, camelbacks) -climb climb climb -20 questions (Rose Dawson!!!!!, Spongebob, the progressive commercial girl, Joey ...
April 21st Woke up around 5, left camp bout 6:30. Rebecca went to use outhouse at sunrise trailhead but someone had taken the roll of awesome cottonelle left by an angel in the right hand stall that I had seen earlier the day before and had used myself not 20 minutes before Rebecca. I told her she didn't need to take our tp as there was a roll of the "good stuff" in there. When she realized there wasn't any anymore, instead of walking all the way ...
... our last time!
This is an Escapees Coop Park, and we heard about it through our friends Sherry & Jesse, who were here a few months ago, and ended up "buying in" when they did visit! As we pulled into our site, it was surprisig, even though we'd seen a lot of pictures of this particular site (which we had requested) on a travelers blog. This site is more like a beautiful backyard than any rv site we've ever had - larger, more ...
The conference has finished so the real holiday can begin!
We waved bye-bye to the Grand Hyatt and to Downtown and headed east. We went uphill and we went downhill. With the three of us and all our lugguage, the poor car had to work quite hard to get us over the hills. It didn't take long after leaving the city to find ourselves in the wilderness. Not quite the Sahara, but the surrounding landscape ...
... hair appointments, all we had left to do was box up the rest of our belongings. We finished most of our planning a week beforehand so we could spend time with friends and family.
We've written up and crossed off several to-do lists. Yet, I still can't help but feel like we might be forgetting something. I just have to keep reminding myself that as long as we have our passports and a means to get money, we'll be fine.
Like I said, we ...