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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
... brings one's tolerance way down, a dune buggy pulled up and 4 people got out and came to talk to us. 3 were from Toronto and the other was the driver and a local. We realized there dune buggy tour company was putting out the drinks. We chatted, had a jolly old time and then they went on there way. After about 10 more minutes of drinking and enjoying life under the bridge another bigger dune buggy came by and stopped. With the bigger group though this time ...
... had massive wind to contend with and at one point when I stopped for a quick video, Short Step came running around the bend 2 minutes later thoroughly freaking out, convinced that I had been blown off the mountain when she turned around and realized I wasn't right behind her. All in all, a great time was had. The temperatures were fair enough and we got to the 206 snow creek faucet around 2:40 pm. We didn't linger too long there anxious to meet the Ziggy situation face to face. We hiked ...
... is interesting but the story of his life is astonishing. I've attempted to condense information concerning Cabot. I haven't done a good job of that as I found the man and his accomplishments so fascinating. I hope you enjoy it.
The following are excerpts taken from the application for the National Register of Historic Places for Cabot's Pueblo:
Historical Significance of Event - this property embodies the history of settlement of California’s desert from ...
... us after the New Years. The other half have lots of other family members to celebrate with. We will miss them all right but we felt a need for a change.
The 160 miles we traveled went by uneventfully. Traffic was light on those long ribbons of concrete known as freeways. Planning a drive through this area has become a real art form. Time it wrong and one could sit in slow moving traffic for ...