Where is this gold star you speak of?
Well, the message splitting probably gets a little confusing, I would think, for the reader, but I felt confident that you could handle it.
I know. I was just messing with you. He's also had an avatar of Magibon...I no longer believe that he is actually she, though.
I've got a framed Fear & Loathing poster. This one. A very good film.
My gramps traveled to Ayers Rock and walked the whole thing. I got to see his photos, all thousandths of them. He liked Australia and the people.
Craig Ferguson? The name seems familiar... Hmm, nope, never heard of him.
Ya, I meant to say comment, otherwise, ya, okay, ya. btw - that poor little evil monkey.
Ha! Winnebago = disaster (with muppets or not). Do you know how many curbs I would hit and how many bumpers I would rip off trying to corner one of those things. Megadestruction.
to be continued... apparently my message is too long.
Good Morning, Spoons. Hope you slept well.
Your North America tour sounds extensive. Cali, Florida, NY and Vancouver, you'd be hitting all four corners of the continent, almost. Perfecto is what I'd call that.
I haven't been to Cali, nor Vancouver - I planned an over 7000 mile (11260 km), 3 week road trip to Cali, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; Hot Springs, Arkansas, and of course the Grand Canyon, but no one wanted to do it. I'm going to rent a Winnebago and do it by myself some day (I just laughed at that thought.)
Oh and I'm glad my picture giggled you out.
What profile pic would that be?
I'm just relieved to read that you shower everyday. haha!
Ya, the Ichne park is pretty awesome, no gators in the springs, usually. The water temp. takes your breath away, but with the humidity and the dense woods - you can cut the air with a knife (at least in July). Ice cold water is the only thing you desire, well, mostly desire.
I think it's awesome that your mum wants to go and is going, I certainly know that moms know how to drink, because I'm one. Just enjoyed some Patron this weekend - good stuff.
Would love nothing more than to have a couple of drinks with ya. If you ever get your buns over here, let me know as well.
Oh and please take a bunch of pics of your trip and share.
I say, Wow. I'm not sure if you know of my love of all things water, but if I were you and could go, I would go - in a heartbeat. Mine sped up when I saw your linked pictures. Have you seen the movie 127 Hours? There's a part in the beginning of that movie that I dream about, literally.
I spent a week camping and swimming and hiking and snokeling and canoeing and tubing Ichnetucknee State Park last July. No waterfalls, though, like Karijiini. I hope you are allowed to play in them.
Yep. Australia is on my list of things to do.
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