A quick post from the road.

http://ccs-fl.com/phpmyadmin/index.php We have successfully made our way from Fairbanks to Johnson’s Crossing (Yukon Canada). Both phone and web service is limited, so although there is not a lot to post I thought I’d take a moment and bring everyone up to date. Hopefully the worst roads are behind us. The poor jeep is covered in mud from the front bumper to the rear. The motorhome is only a little better. Most of the campsites post big DO NOT WASH VEHICLES signs so, everything remains nasty. The views along the road are still wonderful.

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can you buy viagra over the counter in florida Our campsite last night was unexpected and very nice. The amenities were very limited, no sewer, only 15 amp service (we normally use 50) and weak water pressure, uneven sites, but the location!

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The water was actually the color in the first photo. The glaciers provide most of the water in the lake and cause the teal color. The boys thought it looked like the Bahamas’. As always, where there is water, Christian will be fishing. Sebastian will be looking for rocks.

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The wind blowing of the glaciers was cold, and the fish weren’t really biting but all in all it was a fantastic stop. Today the campsite is not quite breathtaking but rumor has it they bake up a world famous cinnamon bun.

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Looks like its true, cinnamon buns, scones and apple turnovers. They were running a little late getting them out because the propane truck had yet to deliver and the ovens could not be fired up. Lucky for us, the propane arrived at the campground just as we did and a couple of hours later the bakery was open for business. They tasted as good as they look.

 

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I don’t have much, if anything to say. Although, the other day, I learned to skip rocks. Like I said, I have absolutely nothing to say. Thanks for your time!

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Today I haven’t done much, but I do have a couple things to say. First I am challenging Allen, yesterday I did 100 push ups and then one push up with Sebastian on top of me. So, allen can you match me. And I can prove it, it hurts in my armpits, my bottom abs, my arms, my ribs, and all of my chest. And the second thing I would like to say is thank you Momma for re-decorating my room. And the last thing I am going to say is that the fish you see is a Arctic Grayling and I caught it on my second cast out ,and we are on our way back home and we will be back in 13 days. Yea cant wait. so bye.        😛   bye   🙂

The Arctic Circle

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Todays travels took us to the Arctic Circle, our furthest point from Daytona Beach on this adventure. Our original intent was to take the Jeep up but with central Alaska setting all time rain records for both June and July, we opted to use someone else’s vehicle and took a tour. Word was, lots of rain ruts and mud. After all was said and done I wished we had taken the Jeep, it would have been a shorter day and not cost $800 for the 4 of us. Oh well, at least I don’t have to clean the mud off of and inside of the Jeep. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA  OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Both boys received a certificate documenting their accomplishment. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Ice Road Truckers! Welcome to the Dalton Highway, although it rained off and on all day it seemed to break in time for us to view the interesting things along the way. This sign sits at the beginning of the Dalton Highway which is the end of paved roads. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA A smooth dry section of the road. Sarge ( our Jeep) would have done just fine on these roads. But I had the time to really look at the countryside. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA The bridge crossing the “Mighty Yukon” OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA The Yukon and Memaw “dipping a toe” into the really cold river. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA  OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA We had dinner at the Yukon River Cafe. On the way up we placed our dinner orders, and upon our arrival on the return trip the food was ready. The chili and burgers were great! Christian had the salmon tacos and Peggy choose the Salmon, coconut milk and potato soup. The food was good, hot and plenty of it. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Finally, our arrival at the Arctic Circle. Our guide provided us with some statistics regarding how many people that visit Alaska make it to the Arctic Circle. Now, remember 78.5% of all statistics are made up, with that said, less than 1% of people that make it to Alaska make it to the Arctic Circle. It was a nice goal, and a fun trip. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA   Considering the fact that, supposedly, every time you cross over the Arctic Circle, you gain a year of life, I should live to be about 137 years old. I should use that time to pan for more gold so that I don’t FORGET IT AGAIN. I can’t really tell you much about the trip because I took a nice little snooze towards the end. Who would’ve thought that it could RAIN almost all DAY in the ARCTIC CIRCLE?! I don’t know. 15. Remember it. Why? I’ll tell you in 15 days. I like cheese balls. I don’t have much more to say, so if you don’t mind, I’d like to go eat some cheese balls. (I can’t wait to see you in 15 days mom.) (Remind me when we’re older to go to the arctic circle, Lex.) OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Today we went on a 13 hour bus tour and it was very fun and tiring. We traveled to the Arctic circle. We also got a certificate for crossing it. On our way back we all stopped at a restaurant and  had salmon tacos and they where pretty good. And that is about it , I wasn’t really paying attention but the rock I am sitting on is called “The finger”  and that it points exactly at Fairbanks but that is all I know. So bye, and you everybody.        😛   bye   🙂

Fairbanks, there be GOLD in them thar hills

We arrived safely into Fairbanks from Denali on the 21st. Lots of road construction between Denali and Fairbanks but when the road was open, it was smooth and fast. The morning after our arrival we took off for the mandatory Gold Panning experience. At the entrance to the site, there is a section of the Alaskan Pipeline with information regarding the pipeline.

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Then, we were off to pan for gold! Of course, Christian would not take his gold pouch from anyone but the cute girl.

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The “panning” process takes a lot longer than one would expect to finally get down to the gold nuggets. You pay to get into the place, but any gold you find, you keep.

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It was a nice day (not cold) but the water you pan in is warm. Makes sense as most of their customers are off the cruise ships and cold most of the time anyway.

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After you finish, and have carefully placed your little nuggets into a small container you can have your gold weighed and find out the value of your strike. Sebastian and Christian both had their gold weighed and were both very happy with the result.

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The winner of the day was Sebastian, with a little over $40.00 worth of gold.

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Of course, both boys had to have there find made into a piece of jewelry. With such a large find, Sebastian’s necklace looks exceptionally nice.

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It’s about time I find the gold in them thar hills! Although, what could be better than putting DIRT in a metal bowl, putting it in warm water (unlike the river I tried panning in later), and pulling out GOLD?! What I ask you?! But not just any gold… $42 worth! COULD THIS DAY GET ANY BETTER?! Oh wait, IT DID! Right after, we went to THE NORTH POLE! However, quite ironically, the river that was the MOST USED in the Alaskan Gold Rush, did not have any gold in it! I can’t wait to pan AGAIN in the SAME “paydirt” AT HOME!

I have nothing else to say, but thank you for your time! Now, if you’ll excuse me, I would like to go pan.

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Today I went to the Gold Dredge 8. You can’t see it very well but I panned a 75,000 dollar piece of gold….. Bazinga! I only found $20 dollars worth of gold but the average is $8 to $10, so I did pretty good. I had my gold placed inside of a sterling silver case on a sterling silver chain. I like silver. After that me, Memaw, Papa, and Sebastian all went to the North pole and had Wendy’s, yum. Then we went home and relaxed so bye.        😛   bye   🙂

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Cold and Rainy in Denali

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As you can see, our arrival in Denali was greeted with both rain and cold. During the nights it got as low as the mid 30’s. During the days it was in the low 50’s. The scenery was stunning and the wild life was incredible.

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Sebastian had not been feeling well the day before, so we thought that he should not hike in the rain and cold. Christian and I toughed it out and hiked the Savage River Loop. It was cold, wet, and worth it. Christian and I found shelter under a rock ledge, and made hot chocolate and Christian cooked his MRE. Chili-Mac. A nice young lady took a couple of pictures for us.

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Yes its true, today we hiked in Denali right by a river. It was very exciting, my favorite part would have to be cooking the MRE and having hot coco inside of a cave! Peoples, A CAVE. So cool. We also saw 3 caribou. And two moose.        😛   bye   🙂

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I love you, Memaw! Stay over there, Christian! In Denali, ’twas COLD AS CRAP. It rained EVERYDAY. Christian and Papa went hiking, (as I’m sure you know ((did not check that)) from either of them) and as they did, I did stuff. (I forgot what I did XD.) The next day, we were supposed to hike, but we couldn’t (because of RAIN ((surprise surprise)) so read on) so Christian and I “hiked” into the circle of woods next to campsite. The next day is today.

Nothing else to say, thank you for your time!

(Miss and Love you, mom. You too, Lex.)

On the final day in the park, the clouds broke and Mt. McKinley finally showed herself! Tradition says that only 30% of all visitors to Alaska get to see the mountain. Fortunately, on both of our trips, she showed herself.

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Great time in Homer!

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What a beautiful part of Alaska. Our campground was out on the “Homer Spit” a thin peninsula off of the Kenai Peninsula. It was an outstanding drive down from Anchorage and well worth the trip. The pictures above are the “Fishing Hole” located just south of our campsite. During our stay there we caught several Silver Salmon and tied into several Kings. The weather was perfect, mid 60’s and sunny, it became overcast on our day of departure. The trip from Anchorage was uneventful with the exception of one event. As we departed Anchorage, Peggy was moving about in the motorhome getting things tied down for the day. As you would expect, a jerk dove in front of the motorhome at a red light, and I had to slam on the brakes yelling “Hold on!” Peggy tried, but inertia was her enemy. She tumbled forward into the cab slamming arm into the side wall. The results are shown below;

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A quick run to the emergency room reveled nothing broken, but one hell of a bruise on her left arm.

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The boys had a great time fishing in Homer.

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Christian caught a couple of fantastic Silver Side Salmon. We’ve already eaten one and it was fantastic!

When we arrived in Willow ( just north of Anchorage on our way to Denali) the fish were not quite the same.

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While in Homer we celebrated another birthday. Hard to imagine its been 19 years since I turned 40. YIKES!

 

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Why go mining 400-500 feet under the sea (GUESTIMATE) for a chance for gold when you could just stick a bowl/pan thing in the river and pull out gold? Why? Just, don’t do it in the Willow Creek Resort, (Campsite) Willow Creek, (Town) Alaska (State) Willow Creek. (River.) All I got were tiny flakes about this big: (Colons represent corners) : :

I don’t have much to say, so I’m gonna go look at BUNNIES!

(Love you Momma ((And you, Lex)).)

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Hello everyone, today I am fly fishing and I have only been fly fishing a couple times and to day I caught two fish (beautiful trouts)and even though they were little they were very fun to catch. I am getting much better at casting        😛   bye   🙂

Anchorage for a few days

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The weather has been perfect in Anchorage. Its cool in the morning and warms up through the day. We’ve spent most of our time either shopping or visiting the museums.

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Great interactive area in the Anchorage Museum. The boys were bored beyond words looking at most of the exhibits, then we entered the interactive room and they really started having fun!

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Even the old man joined in on the fun, and added some hot air to a wall of bubble to help “C” Man get a big one going.

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A close up view of the Alaskan Pipe Line.

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Of course, no visit would be complete without a photo-op with “Bruce The Moose.

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Another great day in Anchorage! Just the other day, I got the new iPod 5! We didn’t do much today, but we went to the mall. We also went to some other shops, but we didn’t do anything important.

I don’t have anything else to say, so bye!

(I miss you mom.)

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Hello, today I am at the museum of Alaska in Anchorage. What you see here is the hands on part of the of the museum. I am in a BUBBLE! But all in all it was very fun. we also went to the flea market and I also got some fishing hip boot for fishing in Homer.        😛   bye   🙂

Valdez…..are the Salmon running?

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Perhaps the most visually stunning road to date! The trip from Christmas Creek (our last stop in the Yukon) to Valdez was fantastic! After a very short period of time, I determined that if there was a stop ( or pullover) along the side of the road, we were going to stop and see what was to be seen.

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One stop revealed Worthington Glacier. The colors simply cannot be captured by the camera.

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Along the side of the road we saw several waterfalls, this one is “Twin Horse Manes”. Memaw’s puppy decided she should pose for a shot.

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The next waterfall was called the “Bridal Veil”.

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The boys in the overhead looking at the road up ahead.

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While in Valdez we got to celebrate a birthday! Sebastian turned 11 on the road and celebrated his birthday with a great carrot cake and ice cream.

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The Salmon were running while we were in Valdez so we loaded up the Jeep and ran across the bay.

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Christian killed them in the bay! The limit is 6 per person, and Christian the Fish Assassin caught his limit before noon. Sebastian did not fish that day, and Papa caught one.

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The next morning all three of us headed for the bay. Most of the other folks there were not catching anything, but the boys from Florida each caught a salmon. When that big boy hit Sebastian’s line it was all he could do to hold on! His brother dove into the ice cold bay with a fish net and made sure we did’nt lose that fish.

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There’s no such thing as a better birthday. I got this, a Smithsonian Volcano, a toy truck that can be painted and SMASHED!! Also, I got a bike computer. (No, I do not mean a pc that can be mounted on your bike. I wish it was.) WAIT!!! I almost forgot, I got a wrist song player and THE AMAZING SPIDER MAN GAME!!! When we went out to dinner, we went to this place right outside of our campsite called “The Alaskan Halibut House.”

That’s about all we did for my birthday, but thank you for reading!

(Hi Lex.)

 

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Today i was fishing in Valdez for pink salmon. I had caught 6 of them. I hooked about 10 though. But that day papa had hooked about 4 and didn’t land a single one, so I felt bad for him so the next fish he had hooked I grabbed the net, ran into the water, and got the fish. It was very funny. But I am really waiting for when we get to go halibut fishing or when I get hooked into a king salmon.        😛   bye   🙂

 

And Dream About………ALASKA!

All families have nuances that make them who they are. One of the traditions in our family is a good night saying. It was added to over time, some of the sayings have been said to loved ones  for many years, some are new. In the Blair/Williams/Day house each child is told goodnight in pretty much the same manner………..”Goodnight, I love you, sweet dreams, sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite,wake you up in the morning AND dream about………..?” Over the past year the Williams brothers have been dreaming about Alaska. Today that dream came true.

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It has been a great trip through Canada. The roads can be difficult and unforgiving;

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But if you slow down and take your time, you won’t rip the underside of your motorhome off! And you’ll get a good look at the wild life along the road. Some of the sightings have been fleeting and there was little time for photographs, others had little fear and remained long enough for a picture. So far we’ve seen, a grizzly bear, brown bear, black bear, moose, deer, beaver, gray wolf, caribou, buffalo and an elk.

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So far some of our favorite stops have been associated with natural Hot Springs! What a great way to end a long day of driving. Slip down to the springs and soak away the miles! The first springs were natural and as you got closer to the out-flow the water temp increase to a scalding 126 degrees! Down stream it was a soothing 104. The second hot springs stop was a bit more commercial and it had two man made pools the first of which was 105 and the other larger pool was in the 90’s. Either way it made for a great finish to a great day!

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Every once and a while we simply stopped along the side of the road and attempt to catch a fish or just take in the beauty in front of us.

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The campsites have been stunning, and even though we have grown accustomed to not finding a full hookup (50 amp, water, sewer and cable) we have found we can get by with a little electricity and some place to fill the water tank, and every now and then a place to dump.

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Other times have required that we modify the campsite (just a bit) to accommodate our camper. Even if that meant Christian had to hop up and clear a branch with a tomahawk!

 

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This is an Arctic Grayling caught on a bright lure. I caught this one, a super mini one, and a normal sized one. We were going to keep this one but papa sadly didn’t know enough about the fish. Also there was a mini fish that was literally jumping out of the water for my bait. It was adorable.        😛   bye   🙂

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I found a great place to rock hunt. In this EXACT spot, I found 7 rocks. But anyway, Today, Christian and I played “Manhunt” (A game like Hide-And-Seek Tag), “Rock Hunt” (Pretty self-explanitory, I think), And “Marshmallow Roast” (If you don’t get this, you might want to get your brain checked). Oh, wait! I almost forgot: we also played “RV ride” (Seriously, get your brain checked if you don’t get this).

That’s just about all we did, so bye, and thanks for your time!

(Keep your eye on the mailbox, Mom.)

 

 

 

On the road in Canada

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We were well prepared for our arrival to the Canadian border, passports, health records for the dog and notarized letters authorizing the boys to travel with us to and from Canada. So, we patiently waited our turn at the border, approached the Canadian Officer papers in hand to be only asked two questions, “What is the license number of this vehicle?” And were we in possession of any Justin Bieber albums? A quick walk to the back of the motorhome got the license number, and the Justin Bieber question was a trick! Having his albums will not help you get into Canada at all! They want to confiscate them out of embarrassment!

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So far the road conditions have been quite a mixture. Sometimes smooth, and at other times rough as hell! I’ve had to slow down (at times) to under 50 MPH to keep my teeth from shaking loose. The motorhome is doing a great job of handling the hills. A lot of power in this diesel Duramax engine. Fuel is running a bit more than expected (isn’t that always the case?) A normal day is about 175.00 Canadian, not sure of the exchange rate but I’m betting its about $175.00.

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The stops have been a mixture of “Okay” to “Outstanding”. In the pictures above the boys are picking cherries from the tree adjacent to our camper. They collected nearly two bags of cherries!. The sites are sometime fantastic, and other times a place to both plug in and dump!

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Yesterdays stop was at Charlie’s Lake, and as advertised there was a great lake just behind the campgrounds. the fish you see in front of me is a baby pike. If you don’t know what that is, it is not only a fish that the famous Jeremy Wade caught (River Monster) but a fish that I have never caught before.

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Rainy day on the road! I finally got to make my Solar Robot! 🙂 It runs well (We tested it in the sun), and it can transform into a DINOSAUR! 🙂 We didn’t do much today, but on our way here, we say a VALLEY!

That’s about all I have to say, but thank you for your time! Now, if you’ll excuse me, I would like to play with my solar dinosaur now.

Yellowstone National Park

Sorry for the delay in updating the blog. Yellowstone is in a bit of a black hole when it comes to WiFi. We have safely arrived in Shelby MT, and now have the opportunity to bring everyone up to date.

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The first stop after entering the park was (of course) along side of the road to get to the snow. Of course snow balls were thrown, and a quick fall in the snow by Christian reveled that the snow as both cold and WET! The weather was in the high 60’s there was however snow in any of the areas where the sun did not shine.

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I was afraid the sites at the Fishing Bridge RV Campsite would be small, but as you can see they were just fine. A full hookup water/electric 50 amp/sewer. In very short order we were set up and ready to go for the next 4 full days in the park.

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We had noticed that as we drove past Old Faithful Geyser on our way into the park, that by 1:00 pm the parking lot was full, so the first order of business on our first full day was a quick breakfast and off the the Geyser.  We arrived in plenty of time to get a good spot, but the question of the day was……….will Old Faithful erupt while we were there.

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Luckily we got excellent seats in the front row, with a great view of the geyser. Now all we had to do was wait……..and in less than 45 minutes;

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Off she went! A remarkable sight. Our first day was off to a splendid start.

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From beautiful waterfalls,

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Two stunning geothermal sites.

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Remarkable wild life. It was indeed an amazing place.

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I learned how to fly fish as you can see, within just hours. However it is a very expensive hobby    to dedicate yourself too. It also takes LOTS of practice to actually catch a fishy. But all in all it is a very fun and exciting sport, if your willing to dedicate yourself to it.           😛   bye    🙂

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Why does it take a photo for me to know how evil Papa is! I have no clue. Anyway, we had lots of fun in Yellowstone. We went to Old Faithful and Angel Falls. One thing that seemed, and pretty much was, impossible was the fact that, despite the 60’ish degree temperature,  there were STIll random piles of SNOW?! HOW?! WHY CAN’T THIS HAPPEN IN FLORIDA?! WILL CHRISTIAN EVER LEARN TO USE PROPER GRAMMAR?! The world may never know! XD That was pretty much all we did though. WAIT!!! I almost forgot… CHRISTIAN AND I HAD A SNOWBALL FIGHT WITH SOME RANDOM KIDS!! 😀

That’s all we did in Yellowstone, but thank you for your time!

P.S. Mom, hope you like the postcards!

Were not sure how well we will be able to keep up with the blog in Canada, we will however post whenever we can. Our love to everyone, the boys, Peggy and I are having the time of our lives. What a trip!