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-still, he was a cool dude who didn't have to help us out but he did anyway.
After we got into town, we went to see Mad Max. Nordic made the statement "You need Meth to come down after seeing that movie" We got back to Papa Smurfs at 10pm. Ate Lasagna, cooked by papa smurf. and ice cream
Some hikers weren't so lucky. they forgot to text, call, or send their love to their mothers today. I was smart enough to buy a mothers day present before I left for the trip. But I understand their reasoning....it's hard to remember what day it is out on the trail and I got to wonder
"When do you start to lose track of days and dates?"
"Are you allowed to remember the day you forgot it all?"
The water issue ...
... school, he served a tour with the Marine Corps. The first Portillo's hot dog stand known as "The Dog House" opened in 1963 on North Avenue in Villa Park. Owner and founder Dick Portillo invested $1,100 into a 6’ x 12’ trailer without a bathroom or running water. To get the water he needed, he ran 250 feet of garden hose from a nearby building into the trailer. By 1967, “The Dog House” was ...
... speedometer and the instructions from the Race committee that we will receive daily, 20 minutes before the start, there are 250 to 280 different instructions; turns, stops, speed changes, etc. covering about 250 miles each day. The times are taken down to the .01 of a second. 3 minutes to early or to late result in disqualification for that leg of the race. And the reason for getting involved in this adventure... "It is ...
The coach was rockin' and rollin' last night as the wind was blowing a steady 25 to 30 mph with gusts to 45. My neighbor said that his coach rocked him to sleep. I wasn't so lucky.
I took the furry ones out at 0630 hours with the wind still howling. We walked directly into the wind. I had a little laugh as I looked down at them. Their ears rather than ...