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The Eagle Has Landed

Friends, the Curious Souls turtles are officially shell-less! We parked our van and will be relying on our wits and the vagaries of public transportation and kindness of others to get about from now on. How un-American of us!

Here are the final moments...



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  1. Ellen, If you didn't have Jon pull up next to a car full of women and have him give them the creepy van guy stare, you really missed out. With that beard, Jon is a spot on!

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  2. Thanks, Leanne and JB! I pride myself on my big ol' van parking skills.

    @Matt: We really did miss out on a golden opportunity. Maybe I'll do that on the wintertime trip across the country back to CO.

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