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Old 04-08-2014, 08:46 PM   #976
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Looks like you guys got out of the car just in time to prevent a major sibling meltdown. I'm glad all was forgiven in short order!

Boo to the crappy weather. But I think you're right - It looks like it was only a partial washout. The pictures of the canyon on the way down are really lovely and you got some GREAT family shots. Very nice.

Yup - I would NOT want to be the person who puts all those traffic cones out every morning and takes them back down again.
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Old 04-08-2014, 08:55 PM   #977
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I am SO glad you got a decent look at the canyon- what a relief! When we were there they kept telling us that we were lucky to see what we saw- but you have REALLY made that point to me.

So sorry.

Very glad the kids made up before the end of the post.

In that situation (and the situation tonight where Timmy basically blamed not doing homework on April 1st on breathing) Pods always has the same remark-

Whose idea was it to have kids anyway???



Well??????

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Old 04-09-2014, 08:02 AM   #978
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That's too bad about the clouds that day. You do have some great shots though, and the canyon is really pretty. Your family shots are really nice, and I had to laugh at the kids shunning each other.
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Old 04-10-2014, 10:01 AM   #979
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Dang, I can't think what movie it is, but there's a comedy with a car chase where somebody steals a DOT truck and throughout the chase the worker at the back keeps putting down cones. Wish I could come up with it.
That doesn't ring a bell for me. But it sounds funny. You'd think I would be up on all of the classic DOT worker scenes in Hollywood history.


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It seems that Dave was the official "lookout".
I'd look out for him, that's for darn sure.

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There are nice couples in Pennsylvania?
Maybe they're nicer in Hawaii. Or when you meet them at a Delaware Cheesecake Factory.

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Hey, you'd rather be there right now wouldn't you? Think of it that way!
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Lord does this bring back memories.
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Unfortunately, it took our two boys a lot longer than that to get over whatever it was they were debating, fighting over.
It always depends on the fight. The stupider the subject matter, the longer it goes on.

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Nice!
That picture? You can barely see us. Or is that why it's nice?

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Much better; I'm glad the day wasn't an entire wash with the view.
Me too. Especially considering that was our only chance to see this.

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Can't wait for your unique burger joint.
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Old 04-10-2014, 10:53 AM   #980
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Captain, I am finally caught up with your trip report!


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What an epic adventure! I really loved the sunset pictures form your lazy day at Kauai! I like how the clouds do add drama to the pictures!
I'm glad you enjoyed the pictures! We don't get sunsets like that in Delaware for some reason.

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Sorry that those nasty clouds stayed around for your next day's adventure though. I can understand how disappointing that is! I once hiked along the English coast with my father and the one day when we were supposed to come to a really spectacular stretch of coast line we were just hiking through dense fog and did not see anything. At least it cleared up for those spectacular canyons!!
It's always luck of the draw with weather, isn't it? Especially in a place known for high rainfall. I'm still working on a device to control the weather so we can get a clear view.

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One of the Police Academy movies????
That narrows it down to something like 15 movies, right?

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Mark for such difficult conditions to overcome you sure got a few wonderful shots.
Thanks! We tried our best.

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Oh the kids fighting in the car..... and you have proof. Priceless.


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You got some great family shots all of them suitable for a Christmas card.
Maybe not the super-rainy one.

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I think you might be right Pat.
How many of these movies have you two watched, anyway?
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Old 04-10-2014, 10:58 AM   #981
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Our first stop was a few miles down the road at the Kilauea Bakery, not far from the lighthouse we’d visited the previous day.
I aaas gonna asked if it was stocked and a pot head was running it but you answered that.
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It’s been so long now I can’t remember what everybody had, but I remember this being a quality stop for coffee and pastries, with the added bonus that they actually stocked all of the items displayed on their menu.
See.

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Hey, it may be low-budget, but it worked.
You should bring this idea home and save those Delaware residents millions of dollars- then run for office.

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That is, when you can see it.


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…And then Dave happened.

What happened to the …And then Scotty happened?'s?

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Much of the mountain’s west side is restricted property, owned by the U.S. Military. I don’t want to speculate as to what kinds of installations reside under the rock or within the mountain itself, but some locals have named the area “Ka-Boom Mountain.” So take that for what it’s worth.




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We finally made it to the end of the road. We climbed out of our car, walked to the edge, and paused for a moment to savor the view, and our good fortune in being present in that place to witness it. Ladies and gentlemen (and Tim),
Hey I got a shout out!!!!

…wait a sec… what r u trying to say?

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I give you the stunning Kalalau Valley on the Na Pali Coast:

amazing!

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You just don’t get to see sights like that every day, do you? Obviously, this wasn’t our day. If you would like to know what this view should actually look like, I invite you to check out podsnel’s Hawaii TR here.
Ooooooh, so that's what is supposed to look like! Beautiful!

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We drove back down the way we came and stopped again at the canyon overlooks, just to see if the view had improved at all. We took a halfhearted look and—hey, what’s this? Is that actual color?

So it wasn't all doom and gloom?

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I think we've gone like 3-4 posts without burgers. SLACKER!
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I aaas gonna asked if it was stocked and a pot head was running it but you answered that.

See.
I like to make you guys work a little extra harder on the snarky commentary by catching the obvious jokes first.

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You should bring this idea home and save those Delaware residents millions of dollars- then run for office.
I work for the government. The people in charge have absolutely no interest in saving money whatsoever.

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…And then Dave happened.

What happened to the …And then Scotty happened?'s?
Scotty seems to have run out of steam here. We should be thankful Dave was picking up the slack.

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Hey I got a shout out!!!!

…wait a sec… what r u trying to say?
Nothing, I just needed somebody to make fun of. I would have gone after Barry, but he hasn't commented in a while.

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amazing!
We traveled 6,000 miles to see that fog!

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Ooooooh, so that's what is supposed to look like! Beautiful!
Some people have all the luck.

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So it wasn't all doom and gloom?
I'd say only 58% gloom.

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I think we've gone like 3-4 posts without burgers. SLACKER!
Yikes, we'd better make up for that quickly! Sorry, I hadn't realized it had been so long.
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Old 04-11-2014, 10:01 AM   #983
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It’s been so long now I can’t remember what everybody had, but I remember this being a quality stop for coffee and pastries, with the added bonus that they actually stocked all of the items displayed on their menu.
Well, isn't that a nice surprise.

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I couldn’t help but wonder who the poor sap was whose job was to get up at 4 a.m. and place every single one of these orange cones for miles…and then have to go pick them up again later in the day. It’s a living, I guess.
Gotta make those DOT employees do something to earn their pay.

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Now if you’ll indulge me, let me set the Wayback Machine to the distant past of the previous day. Remember those beautiful clear pictures of the Kauai mountains? The abundant sunshine? In a place that receives rain over 90% of the year, that sure looked like it would have been a great day to go up the mountain, wouldn’t you say?
Who planned this trip, anyway?

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I only mention this so I can post this picture of the kids shunning each other at the overlook.
Never has there been a more "real" family vacation picture.

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Nobody likes a quitter, so we forged on ahead. At the next overlook, we found a nice couple from Pennsylvania who offered to take a family picture for us in this spectacular location. Christmas card?
Pretty bad when the haze is so bad that it begins to obscure the people standing 8 feet away.

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I don’t want to speculate as to what kinds of installations reside under the rock or within the mountain itself, but some locals have named the area “Ka-Boom Mountain.” So take that for what it’s worth.
Sounds like a fun place to me!

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Ladies and gentlemen (and Tim)


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Wild goats
Ok... that settles it. If I can learn to enjoy the taste of goat meat, I think I could manage to pull off a budget trip to Hawaii. Between Extra Crispy, Original, the wild hogs and the wild goats, you could eat like a king.

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Old 04-11-2014, 02:57 PM   #984
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You wouldn’t think of Kauai as a place where you would need to worry about rush hour traffic. But there is only one main highway connecting all of the towns on the island, so unfortunately it is a concern
Ahhhh… all the comforts of home
But, it’s still in Hawaii so it still wins


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This meant we would need an early wake-up call. So we set the rooster alarm for approximately 5 a.m., and the little punk worked like a charm.

I thought y’all had rooster sandwiches with pineapple aioli the night before?
Obviously they skewered the wrong bird.


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Our first stop was a few miles down the road at the Kilauea Bakery, not far from the lighthouse we’d visited the previous day. It’s been so long now I can’t remember what everybody had, but I remember this being a quality stop for coffee and pastries, with the added bonus that they actually stocked all of the items displayed on their menu.
Yes, but were the clerks stoned out of their minds?
You know we have very high standards for entertainment and service ‘round here
And once a president has been set…


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This seems like a good time to ask you to play Amateur Highway Engineer.
I don’t know…
What’s the starting salary and benefits like?


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And while it was slightly disconcerting for me to be driving on the left side of a double-yellow line…
You could have been driving in a former Brit. Colony rather than a US state …
Then everything would have been completely backwards.


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I couldn’t help but wonder who the poor sap was whose job was to get up at 4 a.m. and place every single one of these orange cones for miles…and then have to go pick them up again later in the day. It’s a living, I guess.
A living in Hawaii…
Still beats my current position of employment.


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Given the heavy rainfall the area receives and Kauai’s famous rust-colored dirt, the colors and scenery are particularly eye-catching.

That is, when you can see it.
There always seems to be a catch doesn’t there?
Either you can’t see the scenery for the weather or you were just forced by circumstance to
steal a fist full of cash from an unsympathetic clerk that wouldn’t take a check and now
you certainly don’t have time to enjoy the view… Ya’ know, It always something.


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Wai’ale’ale gets rain a stunning 335 – 360 days out of the year.
The “Old Faithful” of rain.


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The kids had been arguing over something in the car, and as all arguments between kids go, I’m sure it was over something extremely important and relevant to the well-being of the human race.
“Will you stop touching me!”
“Get off my side of the seat!”
“They’re looking out my Window!”


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I only mention this so I can post this picture of the kids shunning each other at the overlook. I did resist the urge to utter the immortal Dad line in the car: “Stop or we’re turning around and going home!”
A herculean effort on your part to be sure…


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Dave continued his attempts to win the Goofball Trophy.
Ah yes, the “Kilroy” pose; a classic in the pantheon of Goofballdom.


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We walked up the short path to the lookout to take in the deep, blazing colors of the Grand Canyon of the Pacific:
OK… it may not be “blazing”, but it’s certainly still quite stunning.


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We were baffled as to why fish ponds on the Big Island merited National Park status while this place was relegated to being a mere state park.
Now that… that there is a dang good question.
I’d be curious as to the politics which resulted in this particular disparity of designation.
Money and power were surely involved, but just to what extent they figured might make
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Nobody likes a quitter,
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At the next overlook, we found a nice couple from Pennsylvania who offered to take a family picture for us in this spectacular location. Christmas card?

Ok, this is just getting ridiculous. Our situation has not improved.
Well at least the castle isn’t burning down around you.


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You just don’t get to see sights like that every day, do you?
Nope…
The weather has to be truly awful to take in stuff like that.

Sorry it was a bit of a bust visually, but experiences are still the reason we travel.
Heck, they’re the reason we live.

And as usual, you still have a great story.
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The trip back down from the heights did yield better results.
That image right there is Christmas card worthy.
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Well, isn't that a nice surprise.
It's the little things.

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Gotta make those DOT employees do something to earn their pay.
Pay? We get paid? Did I miss something?

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Who planned this trip, anyway?
Some moron. I'll never trust that guy again.

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Never has there been a more "real" family vacation picture.
We aim for accuracy in reporting.

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Pretty bad when the haze is so bad that it begins to obscure the people standing 8 feet away.
Wait, there are people in that picture?!

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Sounds like a fun place to me!
Until somebody lights a match.

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Ok... that settles it. If I can learn to enjoy the taste of goat meat, I think I could manage to pull off a budget trip to Hawaii. Between Extra Crispy, Original, the wild hogs and the wild goats, you could eat like a king.
I don't know how common the goats are, but you could eat for a long time on the chickens running around.
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Ahhhh… all the comforts of home
But, it’s still in Hawaii so it still wins
Pretty much, yeah.

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I thought y’all had rooster sandwiches with pineapple aioli the night before?
Obviously they skewered the wrong bird.
I guess we'll just have to keep trying.

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Yes, but were the clerks stoned out of their minds?
You know we have very high standards for entertainment and service ‘round here
And once a president has been set…
If they were, they hid it well. It was early in the morning, too.

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I don’t know…
What’s the starting salary and benefits like?
For a highway engineer? It doesn't matter if it's "starting" or not, you ain't gonna like the numbers.

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You could have been driving in a former Brit. Colony rather than a US state …
Then everything would have been completely backwards.
I see what you did there...

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A living in Hawaii…
Still beats my current position of employment.
But have you seen the cost of groceries?!

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There always seems to be a catch doesn’t there?
Either you can’t see the scenery for the weather or you were just forced by circumstance to
steal a fist full of cash from an unsympathetic clerk that wouldn’t take a check and now
you certainly don’t have time to enjoy the view… Ya’ know, It always something.
This sounds suspiciously like a movie quote, but I'm coming up empty.

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The “Old Faithful” of rain.
Only not as photogenic.

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“Will you stop touching me!”
“Get off my side of the seat!”
“They’re looking out my Window!”
That NEVER happens in our car.

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A herculean effort on your part to be sure…
Well, it was a long drive back home.

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Ah yes, the “Kilroy” pose; a classic in the pantheon of Goofballdom.


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OK… it may not be “blazing”, but it’s certainly still quite stunning.
It would have been even better if we could have seen it all!

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Now that… that there is a dang good question.
I’d be curious as to the politics which resulted in this particular disparity of designation.
Money and power were surely involved, but just to what extent they figured might make
for an interesting story.
It just matters which lobbyist catches which ear at the right time.

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Unless it’s the rain that happens to be quitting
True story.

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Well at least the castle isn’t burning down around you.
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Nope…
The weather has to be truly awful to take in stuff like that.
But at least we traveled 6,000 miles to see the fog.

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Sorry it was a bit of a bust visually, but experiences are still the reason we travel.
Heck, they’re the reason we live.

And as usual, you still have a great story.
And a reason to go back.

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And…




The trip back down from the heights did yield better results.
That image right there is Christmas card worthy.
This one was definitely in the running!
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This sounds suspiciously like a movie quote, but I'm coming up empty.
Homage rather than quote…
A bit of a nod to the way Clark ended up experiencing the Biggest Hole in the World


(Don’t over think it… I ain’t all that smart ya’ know.)


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That NEVER happens in our car.
Oh of course not… goes without saying.


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But at least we traveled 6,000 miles to see the fog.
And you’d do it again in a skinny minute if you could.
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Homage rather than quote…
A bit of a nod to the way Clark ended up experiencing the Biggest Hole in the World


(Don’t over think it… I ain’t all that smart ya’ know.)
Ah, I get it. I did indeed overthink that one.

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Oh of course not… goes without saying.


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And you’d do it again in a skinny minute if you could.
Well, I might pay attention to the forecasts a little more.
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Too bad that you didn't get to enjoy the canyon in all of it's colorful beauty. Still looks pretty nice to me, though. Ha, nice lane dividers on that highway.
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