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Saturday, July 28, 2007

When Traveling Girls go Bad #1

Here were are. It's my first post for Blogathon 2007. This year I'm planning to write a series of fabulously funny and oh, so true stories about the girlfriend trips I used to take with my old college roomate, Dawn. Dawn and I met at the University of Colorado. We couldn't be more different, but we really liked each other. She's from Chicago, a Catholic girl from an Italian background, the oldest of 3 kids. She led a fairly sheltered intellectual life, while I was more intellectual but no where near as wild socially. We had a lot to teach each other.

After college, I went to Boston for Grad School, while she went west to Eugene Oregon. Separated by many miles, we got together once a year to renew our friendship and to see new places. Although I can't remember anymore which trip came first, I've got 4 to tell you about. These aren't our only trips, they're just the ones with the most disasters in them.

I'll start with the most bizarre trip of all, a camping 'vacation' in the Channel Islands National Park which turned out to be one of the funniest experiences of my life.

Stay tuned......

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