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Travel Blogs from Greeneville
... br> - Yellowstone
- Grand Tetons
- Jackson, WY
- Rocky Mountain National Park
- Estes Park, CO
- Big Texan Steak House
- Oklahoma Bombing Site
- Cowboy Museum
We have enjoyed all aspects of our trip - the time together, the friendship, the sights, the sounds, and seeing things we will never forget.
Here are my most cherished photos of the ...
... you that know me, this is a HUGE challenge for me. I am the planner who plans everything. Our camper is self contained (generator, water, etc.). So, the worse thing that can happen to us is that we will stay in a Walmart parking lot!!!.
Stay tuned for pictures.
... to civilization, we headed down the scenic trail, the one that was supposed to take us up to the highest point in the park for a scenic view of the lake. Well, the trail certainly took us to the highest point in the park. The top of the mountain, however, did not live up to the scenic view we had been hoping for. The edge was covered in trees and I couldn't see the lake. We signed our name on the bench and headed down the ...
... went through tunnels in Virginia. Toll roads in West Virginia total $2.40. I struggled to find exact change since I still have pounds and euros in my wallet. We passed a truck fire, a convertible that looked like Laura Holt's car from "Remington Steele", a hot air balloon, and the winner for the most interesting license plate: OMGROBOT. All in all, a good first leg of the trip. We'll be taking a different route home, through Cleveland and Kentucky. For now, ...
... get a few more wasp stings.
Jeanny counts 11, Robin 3, Fiona 3, Emily (the new friend) 2, Papa: NONE! (lucky).
Luckily the kids forget the pain quicky after the return, as they jump into the pool.
In the afternoon we take Emily with us to Newport into the cinema to see "Inside out".