I know I've written this before, but all you people who have the opportunity to cross borders from one country to another, should make sure you are covered by health insurance. Tripping one foot over the line, travelling from Canada into the US for example, could cost you big bucks.
Our family is the voice of experience: my hiking/geocaching accident in Hawaii $289, C's heart attack in Washington $116,000, and now Mr. Bryant's "trip" in California $848 for 12 stitches. There were a couple more, but I was taught written lists get tedious after three items. Plus who needs to know the gory details?
The seventy plus dollar cost of one year of travel insurance for B was earned back after one stitch. You know the punchline: Emergency medical travel insurance - priceless.
A successful geocaching trip yesterday produced my 300th find:
Mr. Frog flashed his lights and croaked his congratulations. Really 300 is nothing. Many cachers rack up thousands, even tens of thousands.
There were amazing views above the temperature inversion produced fog: