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... the morning, I shrieked "the houses are huge!!!". They looked like wholesome big family houses. For a second I felt in my heart that I could live here with Scott. I feel so good with him. So here I am! And since my life is perfect and that's all I want you to think, I won't mention that I was so tired toward the end of the 9 hours that I became very emotional (and hangry) and that upon arrival I'd wished that I'd washed my hair that ...
... just have the iPad and small digital camera. We have been meaning to replace our good 35mm Canon with a digital version and this would have been the trip to do this for, - Binoculars. Would have been good for spotting wildlife and for stargazing. - Warmer sleep-in clothes/ more blankets. I think you've heard about that already. BTW - Zach got the heater working now. It was something simple pointed out by Steve B the former owner (thanks Steve). I thought it was ironic that ...
... the best reminder to be thankful for all the adventures we've been fortunate enough to have. Nikki moved to Chris's lap and snuggled in for the remainder of this leg. Hailey, Duke, Blue and Koah made a literal dog pile in the back while dozing soundly. The besties had their paws entwined. Adorable! They sure were worn out from our adventures! Onward we go as Blue's legs start to twitch in her sleep. She's probably chasing a squirrel in a dream. ...
Total Miles 9,274 Got pulled over again, this time for tint. Real cool cop. Young kid, even had out the tint reader. He was on his "A" game but was chill and not an ass about anything. He checked all my info and then let me roll on. Was about to go to the Idaho Potato Museum, contacted my buddy, Jeff, in Utah. Ended up heading down to his place instead. Arrived a little after 2:30. Jeff showed me around the house, we made sure the dogs would get ...
... couple of mountain bikers. I hiked all the way up to the fork in the path, and we parted ways. I walked back down to the road.
It was a short ride back to Spruces Campground. The campground is kind of wild, there are about 50 sites and it ascends pretty high up. There are definitely some sites there that were kind of remote. I decided to be a little closer to the road and most of the other people.
I realized that in the middle of this forest there was no reason to buy ...