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The Swimming Hole Challenge

June 22, 2009

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Sara and I love to travel and experience new things, even if those new things seem trivial to others. However, we do like to take advantage of where we live. Not that we’ve done so on purpose, but in the ten year we’ve been married, we’ve lived in four differnt cities in three differnt states […]

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Hamilton Pool: Swimming Texas Style

June 20, 2009

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I first heard about Hamilton Pool last year. With moving into our house and 5 longs months of unpacking, we never got out to any Texas swimming holes. But today was the perfect day. We had nothing planned and it was HOT! Perfect! Hamilton Pool is only 45-60 minutes from the house. After an $8.00 […]

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Living for the weekends

November 7, 2008

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When it comes to this blog, I feel like I’m living for the weekends. I should have some posts starting again this weekend as I have a little time to continue documenting my vacation. I may be ready for another vacation by the time I finish posting this one.

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The Banff Chronicles: St. James’s Gate Irish Pub

October 30, 2008

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I’m not one to blog about food, but I’ll make a few exceptions. If you’re looking for details so descriptive you can literally taste the food, you need to read my wife’s blog. I’ll just provide the necessary details. We’d just hiked 10 kilometers and we were hungry little bears. We had heard about a […]

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The Banff Chronicles: Bow Valley Parkway

October 29, 2008

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After all the hiking around Lake Louise, we decided to take the Bow Valley Parkway back to our hotel. This is a less traveled (I guess) two lane road that covers the distance between Banff and Lake Louise. It’s only a mile or so from the main road running parallel, but more nestled in the […]

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The Banff Chronicles: Moraine Lake

October 28, 2008

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Before we left for Canada, we both did a little research. Sara actually emailed a photographer from Banff. I’m not sure how Sara connected with her, but she simply asked this local what to do while in the area. Amazingly, she emailed Sara with lists of things to do and see. One of her suggestions […]

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