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The Wilderness holds answers to more questions than we have yet learned to ask. ------ Nancy Wynne Newhall Tuesday, July 01 2014 Waking up was awesome, cool breeze, nothing is wet, and an early start. We hiked out and the humidity reared its ugly head.....and sweat began to rain down. At least the breeze and sweat worked in cooperation to help cool me! I met Boomerang, and Tooth brush today. Cool dudes. Boomerang is doing sections out of order, until he completes ...
... where he earned a majority his flier miles, literally. He has flown the world many times over, racked up his flier miles, retired and is still trekking land, sea and air. All I’ve done is stayed at home, gone to work, hit the gym, and gotten jealous, and at times, envious, of his travels. My mother, on the other hand, does not travel. The only time she’ll travel is to go to Shop Rite or when her and my father visit my two brothers and grandchildren in ...
... our adventures with everyone and to help other people who are planning a trip running through Cape Cod and/or traveling with a baby.
Here are the details of our planned itinerary:
We plan to go to Provincetown, which is at the very tip of Cape Cod, by fast ferry from Boston. We will explore Provincetown and stay at Dunes Edge Campground.
We will take the bike shuttle down to Wellfleet, which is the location of the start of the ...
... reaches others interested in travel, whether you’re looking for inspiration, suggestions or a quick break from “reality.” So here goes a small intro for those of you who haven’t met us.
We’re Angie and Will, and from now on you may call us Speedy González and Tortuguita, in that order. We’re a Colombian couple, living in the United States, that was bitten by the travel bug some time ago and still present ...
... to our 3rd brewery there, the Snow Goose. We also hit up a small shack for Halibut sandwiches…. Delish.
I was booked on an 11:20 pm flight out of Anchorage that arrived in New York at 1:30 the next day. However, Serena was taking a bus into Penn Station getting there at 7am. I wanted to make it easier for us to coordinate traveling together (and I kinda wanted to see her sooner) so I crossed my fingers and rolled the dice on switching my ...