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... size: 16px; line-height: 22.3999996185303px;">When I'm an old grey greezer,
I'll take it out and thaw it out,
This lovely dream I've frozen,
... The town relies heavily on tourists, sportsmen and travelers. Marina Park offers a nice large grassy area and an island to explore. A bridge that transects the original locks accesses the island. The locks were built to allow navigation around a very large and un-navigable white water rapid. The construction of the Bonneville Dam made the locks unnecessary.
Fall is definitely on its way. The deciduous trees are starting to show some ...
... trail. We passed by Obsidian falls as well. The entire area was littered with shards of obsidian. It was awesome. 8/11/2014 21 miles (2001.5) We walked through lava fields all day today in the shadow of Mt. Washington. The lava rock was killer on the feet and shoes. We could hardly walk faster than 2 miles per hour on it. 8/12/2014 20.5 miles (2022) Camp at Rock pile lake. 8/13/2014 25 miles (2047) We encountered some serious thunderheads in the Mt. Jefferson wilderness. ...
... out. After doing these chores, I was tasked with washing 18 buckets, and it seemed to last forever. It took me most of the day to finish them all. After finishing the buckets, I helped a bit with some planting. For dinner, we had pasta with Italian sausage. Living on this farm allows us to use some great ...
... the Pacific before starting off to New York.
Not definite on the exact route yet but I do know that the eastbound route will be central US (through Utah, Colorado, Kansas etc) and the westbound return will be a more northern route. If anyone has suggestions...please let me know.
I'll be taking my Canon 5D to get many pictures ...