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My Favorite Quotes of the Trip

As we come to the end of this adventure, I thought I would reflect on some of my favorite quotes. To protect each person, I have changed names to ‘random’ letters. I will refer to them as Person A, B, C, or D.

C: My poop was so hard I didn’t have to wipe.

C: What am I, your porter? (After B asked him to carry something)

D: Not like I had any choice. (After we took him on a crazy adventure and told him how proud we were that he accomplished it.)

D: Barf and Gatorade doesn’t taste too good. (This was as the Gatorade came back up)

D: Presidents are weird. And not just ours. (After hearing about the President of Bolivia)

D: Google is more efficient than parents.

D: I prefer eating dinner versus making dinner.

D: Dad, there is a bird in our room.

C: I was expecting something a little more fresh squeezed (When the juice came in a can)

C: Mom, my poop is still green.

B: Oh no, my salad is blowing away.

D: I don’t get why they invented vegetables.

D: Why is it boys are cool and girls are hot?

Tom The Safari Guide in Africa as a Hyena approached our jeep: “Don’t let him bite you.

After D dropped the room key down a hole where the key could not be retrieved:

A to Hotel Receptionist: Don’t you have a spare?

Hotel: That was our spare.

C: I’m stopping math on May 16th because I need some downtime.

D: Do you want to smell my armpit? Can I smell yours?

It’s been a great trip.

Stop by our house on June 23 from 2:00 – 5:00 for our Open House if you are in the area as we would love to see you.

Bryan Gillette

Bryan Gillette is the founder and principal consultant for The Summiting Group focusing on Executive and Leadership Development. He has traveled extensively for both work and personal visiting over 50 countries and 30 United States. He is an avid runner and cyclist and ran 200 miles around Lake Tahoe in 76 hours as well as cycled across the United States. Currently spending one year traveling the world with his family.

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  1. I’ve read many of your posts, but this one is awesome, interesting, insightful, and hysterical. I’m wondering how soon everyone will be bored when you get home, with “nothing to do”? Oh, dear . . .

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