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something you might not know about Mts

April 22, 2007

they are tall and require that most walking surfaces be set on an angle, whether gently angled slopes or steep stairs, there’s pretty much no getting around walking uphill at some point.

needless to say, my kids are a little bit worn out after this weekend’s camping trip in the shenandoah.

my wife and i, on the other hand, are actually online shopping for replacement parts ::



lower lumbar

. . .

but it really was a great trip.

so great, in fact, that i find myself in no real hurry to jump back into blogging


so, without further ado, i am going to go rest my brain on the couch for an hour and then take my wife and kids to panchoVilla’s or carlosO’Kelly’s for dinner


next week :: the kids’ new haircuts

(erm, i am soooooooooo just kidding) 😉

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