Monthly Archives: March 2014

Kayaking-Another First

Two nights ago we arrived in a place called Villa La Angostura–near Barilochi in the lake district of AR near Chile. Today we(Denna Manning from Medford Meth church) and I went kayaking for couple hrs with a guide, had a … Continue reading

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A Beautiful, Warm Day in Bariloche

The fill name is San Carlos De Bariloche, but most just say “Bariloche.”  It’s a town of about 130K nestled in the mountains near Chile and set on a lake which leads to many other lakes. So this is the … Continue reading

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March 24-Patagonia adventure on ICE!

Yesterday t was about trusting the horse on a very narrow ledge on the side of the mountain–I did–we survived–Today it was about trusting the cramp-ons! Ques es esto! They are spokey metal soles yu tie onto your hiking shoes … Continue reading

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Dancing on White Water

Picture this 5 foot one grammy squished into a wet suit and life jacket and helmet and rafting white waters in the rivers near Bariloche! After the initial emergency instructions..esp the go left one where mama Bunny was to jump … Continue reading

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Falling For Argentina

Stuff happens in threes, right? So my first fall was in BsAs o the dance floor no less. This quy asked me to dance salsa–actually he asked Yvonne first and she said “No,” and then he asked me–He seemed so … Continue reading

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Just Another Day in B.A.

Great day in BsAs with multiple pluses! Successfully changed money on the blue, delivered a box of stuff to Chino to hold for me while I am traveling in Patagonia and–made a date for tomorrow(sweet), had a nice lunch with … Continue reading

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Dancing in Socks Works!

Denna arrived today from Oregon-we had pedicures–2 for $26. American! Imagine! Then we had dinner with German, my friend–sushi–and went with him to Bruno’s milonga. There was a great singer–playing guitar and singing old familiar songs–in English–songs from the US. … Continue reading

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