Thanks to Philippe's parents, we brought along some yummy, gourmet dessert from Spain - Almond Turron. A bit like halvah, it is concentrated, caloric sweetness. Although the fine dining is great at altitude, I think we lose a point for eating it straight out of a plastic baggie with a fork. The marmots did get into our Toblerone, but we were pleased to find they didn't get to this!
The Incredible Hulk, but not the green one June 29th 2007 Well, as we look ahead and begin thinking about states further east and countries far, far away... there is time left for one last backcountry adventure while we're in California. We drove north of Yosemite/Tuolumne to Bridgeport (home of the highest-priced gas I've ever seen - $4.05/gallon) and Twin Lakes (home of many retired folks with RVs) to begin our three-day trip up to [url="http://www.mo ... read more
North America » United States » California » Hoover Wilderness Britain's American colonies broke with the mother country in 1776 and were recognized as the new nation of the United States of America following the Treaty of Paris in 1783. During the 19th and 20th centuries, 37 new states were added to the origina... ... read more
Welcome to our blog.... we moved out of our house in the spring. We spent three months living in the car, traveling around the western US. Next, we downsized a little further into our backpacks to spend the next five months traveling around Central and Southeast Asia. We spent time in Kyrgyzstan, China (Xinjiang), and Pakistan... and then Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), and Cambodia.
Lots of rock climbing and trekking, with a little beach time and Wat visits to keep things relaxing and educational. We hope you enjoy and look forward to reading your comments!
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