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Helen Was Shy Today

Too much snow and fog to see the volcano...


  1. Hey - you guys are in Canada, according to your map. Awesome stuff.

    Let me know when you are going to be in Calgary. We have an extra bed, and you would have your own shower to use.


  2. Thanks, Terry! After Vancouver, we are going to roll back down into the Seattle area to spend some time with some Phoenix friends that are making the trip up to meet with us. What good friends we have!

    After that, we are headed East to Glacier National Park and may or may not head back North after that. We will certainly let you know our plans and we really appreciate the kind offer!


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