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At 8:01pm on March 26, 2009, Justin "Dink" Cox said…
you still at old faithful?
At 4:52pm on February 25, 2009, Mark said…
I happened across one of your pics, while trying to find places I'd been around Hilo, Hawaii on GoogleEarth, and just had to say you look beautiful. I clicked a link below the shot, saw your profile here and... well, the rest of your pics certainly don't contradict. :) I also enjoyed everything you had to say about yourself. You seem like a fascinating person to know.
At 4:49pm on June 12, 2008, Jason Salvatore said…
hola, i'm new looking for some cool contacts!
At 8:55pm on April 11, 2008, David Tan said…
Hi Michelle,
I am in the mission to travel around the globe and capture my travel diaries for sharing. Kindly browse and help you enjoy.

Cheers, David T.
At 4:57pm on March 21, 2008, Jay said…
Ok so you want a picture huh?? I hope it came through...I'm the one behind the camera...See me??

At 7:23pm on March 20, 2008, Jay said…
Hey Michelle,
Just ran across this sight and was moved by (and I know this sounds...stalkerish or sometthing) but I was genuinely moved by your spirit. Just wanted you to know!

At 11:11am on January 29, 2008, Justin LaPenter said…
Poland and Prague.. sounds like a blast.. as far as the cross country road trip to NM from NY depends if you want to take your time or get there.. you gotta follow the appalacians.. NY, PA, OH, KY, TN into AR.. I40 is boring, cuz your right UNDER the Ozarks.. when i got FT Smith AR i would head south Mena and take the Talahina Scenic Drive through the Ouachitas into OK.. OK is boring and flat after the mountains.. until NM

or KY, MO south through the ozarks into the Ouachitas.. spend the Night in Fayetteville AR, the second fastest growing City in the US .. the night life on Dixon Street is Awesome..

let me know how it goes.. i love road trips.. my favorite trip was split AR to Bellingham Wa andthen AR to Key West Florida...
At 12:59pm on January 28, 2008, Jeff Ross said…
Hey, that picture was taken on the trail up to Triple Divide Pass in Glacier National Park. Glad you like it. You have some pretty amazing pics yourself. Where are you at now? I am in the Florida Keys.
At 9:54am on January 28, 2008, Justin LaPenter said…
hey there, where you headed to nex??. im currently headed to Denali for this summer, but im also looking at cheffing at some fly fishing camps out in the middle of nowhere..
At 7:55am on January 28, 2008, Michelle said…
oh awesome...i was actually there in 06... figures right? ha... i just visited while auditing a geology class with my alma mater...when i was there the inn was being renovated with a whole new roof and we watched the guys carving and placing the logs for that huge fence btwn it and old faithful... good stuff
At 1:00am on January 28, 2008, chef alex said…
ya no.. worked there for a while in 03 04 05 you? i was at the inn and at grant.
At 9:45pm on January 27, 2008, Aaron said…
I have lots of ideas. I would love to leave the country, but don't want to shell out tons of money to do it. Thinking of getting my TESL certification. Do you know much about that?
At 8:12pm on January 27, 2008, Michelle said…
haha i'm not sure yet... i havent actually worked a job like these yet.. but if i could kill the two birds of travel and teaching/resume fodder gathering with one stone i'd totally be down for it... i've heard of travel teen camps that do a fire and ice tour taking them to hawaii and alaska... i'd looooove to do that if i
At 7:33pm on January 27, 2008, Aaron said…
Hey Jew! I'm a Jew too. Yea that rhymes!! Where are you working this Summer?

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