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Where Eagles Dare – that must have been wonderful to see Sarah and as you quite rightly said, it’s being at the right place at the right time with Hercules not making any damaging sounds – whatever did Eagle 48 think when she saw you ??
Did you manage to photograph this chick? Would love to see a baby Eagle 🙂
big hug Txx
What a wonderful experience with the eagle and more so seeing the chick, you will have so many lovely situations to share with us all in due course, we have just got to wait.
Take care and happy pedalling.
C & K
Hey Sarah Bear: Any albatrosses on this adventure?
Your wonderful description coming through loud and clear – espec. the eagle48 one….what excitment for you. I love hearing from you – are you eating well (I’m a mother) – thinking of you – and of my NGHS grandaughter Jessica who is now working and enjoying her Camp America experience – in charge of 10 11 yr. old girls in a log cabin in Augusta. Compared with your activites it’s pretty tame, but she had great adventures on her own in Oz./NZ etc.
Best wishes from cloudy Nottingham and with you in my thoughts, often….Sonia P.
Lovely to hear your voice Oots, and not at all surprised that even a wild bird of prey turned into a potential foodstuff for you 😉 Lots of love, stay safe out there
very nice to hear your vice and wonderful experience of adventure.LOL
It is great to be able to listen to you describing life on the road out there, I am really enjoying hearing about all your experiences.
Congratulations on your Mars Bar Eating award (!). We are keeping up with your adventures from sleepy Rutland. Your dad would be very proud of you. Be safe. Love Tam and Nicola. xx
hello my name is janibek, my father meet u on the kz roads, if u remember. How are u, how are u’r trave?
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