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Even though this is my first post,I have an entire diary full of stories that I would like to post from when my adventure started,about a year ago. Ooohhh how I love technology sometimes and the fact that I don't have to clutter up my life in order for me to remember all my memories. So here I go. I am a nanny for a Family in New York City and they are currently enjoying a nice vacation in Montauk. Of Course I had to join because I have to help ...
... the interchange at East Haven cause we may have taken the wrong exit (twice) and had to 'make a legal u-turn where possible and return to the designated route'. Geoff doing well with the right-hand side of the road driving but pretty tired cause it takes a lot of concentration. The B&B was nice and had a lovely view from our window across a small beach and bay. Owners were very friendly and helped us decide what to do in the next 4 days. Dinner, beach walk, bed. Surprise ...
... is what our trip looked like;
June 20 departed Jocotepec at 8am arrived at Matehuala , Mexico at 8pm 273 miles
June 21 departed Matehuala, Mexico at 9am arrived at Laredo, Texas at 10pm 381 miles = Slept overnight at Stripes Gas Station.
June 22 arrived at GOLIAD, Texas 174 miles and stayed 2 nights at Aranama RV Park.
June 24 departed Goliad, TX at 7am arrived at LUFKIN, Texas at 3:30pm 280 Miles = Slept at Walmart parking ...
... d probably still be there talking except she had a doctor appointment. We decided from now on we'll coordinate our trips to Peru, so the men can go to their reunions and we can go play together! How amazing is that??!! I am still blown away. Of course I had to phone Lucy and tell her about it, and she was amazed too.
Other than that (and I probably can't take much more excitement in one day!) we drove up around ...
... the hearse" said Dennis.
As we packed up, a glimmer of sunshine probed weakly through the pines, quite contrary to any forecast, and a bright red “scarlet tanager” (it’s a bird) hopped down and cheeped us a farewell, maybe things looking up?
We’d hoped to visit Mystic Seaport (lovely name), to see its collection of old sailing ships. As the pouring rain made this ...