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Travel Blogs from Pounding Mill
... of men with weapons in their hands and keep the windows up." Lots of Deliverance jokes. Face timed with Scott. He mentioned a disease that camels are giving to humans, MRSA, and we all started dying laughing. We had been teasing Fred all day about his camel fetish. Scott just looked at us like we were drunk old people. We tried to explain but the humor got lost in ...
... Skyline Drive we picked up highway 250 for a beautiful ride through lush twisty mountains roads. 50 miles to the end of our ride to Cass, WA, we got soaked in a blinding pouring rain. When we got to Tom and Cyndy's home we were two very wet bikers.
When we first heard that T&C were going to move to West Virginia from Grant,Nebraska, we thought they had lost their marbles. But once we ...
... U. I had little hope here; Despicable Me, which we also saw at a drive-in, was excellent. A "oh, we made a lot of money off that, let's do another one!" knock off did not appeal. And since we never saw Monsters Inc, (not even at a drive-in), we were behind the times for the sequel. The first was okay, but, as Tim said, time to stop making those. The second one didn't suck, but I could have lived without it.
... doing less tommorow, and going to start earlier, these 10 o,clock starts are making me feel rushed.
Took a wipe out just before getting to an open bald with horses grazing in it. really beautiful
Made it to Thomas Knob shelter, its pretty nice but there is boy scouts again... there alright, they gave me a free mountain house beef stroganoff meal. I am so freaking exhausted but proud i made it all the way here. Today was the closest i came to ...
... one of the sections of cave that lie
beneath the National Park. We entered the cave through a natural
entrance down a flight of steps. There were some sections where we
had to squat to get through the passage and there were other sections
where we had to turn sideways. But for most of the tour we were able
to stand and walk through the cave with no problem. At one point we
were over 350 feed beneath the surface. To ...