SHIRAZSOLLY
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After seven years in western Oregon, I began to grow moss instead of hair.


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  • v FELINEBETTER
    Just stopping by to say emoticon
    450 days ago
  • v BOILHAM
    Thanks for your wonderful comments on my 70.3 blog! It means a lot to me. I really paced myself, since I was so scared to do this. My swim is way longer than a 'normal' swim, but I think the swim, especially being the first event, is a good place to take your time, easier to make up time on the bike and run. I know the cameras are out at the end, so I try to 'look strong' crossing the finish line. Guess I did okay, and fooled everyone. :) Thanks again, and so glad you enjoyed that blog.
    476 days ago
  • v SYLPHINPROGRESS
    Precisely, Miz Pi. Macroeconomics certainly would necessitate eating the whole thang.

    You are witty as ever. I'm glad that you didn't lose the Midas touch during your absence from SP.
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    479 days ago
  • v PHEBESS
    LOL - we have places such as the hotel in Bangkok, where we establish "home base" - we leave our big rolling luggage, and take a smaller piece (think large daypack) while we travel around the country - then come back and pick up our bigger luggage to head to another country.

    Glad you're enjoying the photos and blogs!
    479 days ago
  • v PHEBESS
    Love the photo of you with moss hair, LOL!

    And yeah, I don't think I'm trying the fried bugs any time soon - I think they were some kind of large beetle, possibly even giant roaches. Ugh! Give me chocolate any day!
    492 days ago
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