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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Ever made jam? or jelly? or just have an sweet tooth for fresh fruit? We (Evy and I) went strawberry picking. We left with 54 lbs of strawberries. Was wondering if Evy would ever speak to me again since it … Continue reading
Hi. My name is Hailee Rustad and I have a problem. A bike problem. I ride, fix, collect and appreciate bicycles motored by humans. And I’ve begun acquiring a copious amount of bicycles.
R- Registers. A-Annual G-Great B-Bike R-Ride A-Across I-Iowa Ragbrai! A chaotic. Energy-filled. Week of biking across Iowa accompanied by 25,000 of your closest friends, neighbors, world acquaintance!! We get there tomorrow and start Sunday! YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW! Pumped. Pumped. Pumped. Anna (awesome) and … Continue reading
A few weeks back my soul was itchy for the outdoors. That feeling that overcomes you when you’ve been surrounded by man-made materials/technology/people…too much. The need for newness, open-ness and the unknown. That’s a drawing feeling. And South Dakota can … Continue reading
We got to the visitors center late morning and wanted to enjoy a real hike inside of the park. We met a crotchety older female ranger who insisted we were physically unable to endure the ‘scramble’ down to the river … Continue reading
Arches National Park during busy season is like being one of 50 million chickens running around, shooooed rapidly from place to place. Tourists, with gigantic gaudy cameras hanging off their necks swarmed to every place there is a pull over, … Continue reading