Saturday, February 20th, 2010
What fun! How exciting! … what am I doing now? watching the snow melt slowly, wishing for a little robin to appear.
Enjoy, and thanks for letting us enjoy your photos.
Orison: “How do Granddaddy & Grandmama know how to ride camels?”
I like the little colored balls on John’s camel. Great video, and I liked the music!
How long did you get to ride on the bumpy humps? It didn’t look terribly comfortable, but what fun to get to ride on a camel! I hope you are enjoying your trip and that it will be fruitful for the glory of God.
I love it. Thank you for taking us along on your trip.
Thank you for sharing! I remember when I was there, all those people approached us to buy perfume. BEWARE of the people who are going to ask you to buy their many PERFUMES for an exorbitant price!!
John was grinning like Orison!
Fun! :-) Thank you for sharing your journey!
It is so much fun to go along with you two on your trip!
This camel ride is the best!
Thanks for sharing!
were you sore afterwords?
looked like fun!
i meant afterwards! lol
cannot wait to see you, Mom!
What fun! The one time I rode a camel was in Syria. Two things I will always remember: (1) Always negotiate the price *before* you mount the camel, and (2) The camel’s natural gait is slower than the walk of an adult human.
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