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Travel Blogs from Capitola
... Oregon, take the Cascade Region of central Oregon north, hang around the Columbia River area on the border between Oregon and Washington, then continue up into Washington hitting the major sights, maybe touching into Canada, then back down the coastal route all the way home.
Besides visiting a few of the bigger cities in Oregon or Washington, this will be our first real RV trip in these states. Sounds like fun, don't it!!
... the “eliminated” items off in a corner and wait a couple of days. Then I get to put anything back that I think I will miss. I also realize that some things that I eliminate can become souvenirs that I pick up along the way – like T-shirts or an extra pair of sandals.
Oh, and the trip is over two weeks away. Yea, I over plan. But it’s fun!!
Okay, for those who MUST know what I’ve packed – here is the real ...
... take the car and have that done while we shop at REI, Bed Bath & Beyond and Target.. Now we can play our music on our Ipod, Pandora and we are very happy about that!!!
This leaves us just enough time to go to the Monterey Bay Aquarium which is downtown on Cannery Row, right on the ocean. The street is lined with small gift shops and restaurants and is a huge attraction here. I take a TON of pictures at the aquarium and so I will post them here. ...
... big trip and of course, Elmo would come along.
Elmo is not new to camping - the three of us have done several camping trips together in my little Roadtrek quite successfully. Still, this time we will be gone for a month, maybe two. That's alot of miles for Elmo the Lovebird.
So, I will turn over the travel blog to Elmo, but since his toes are not big enough to hit the keyboard, I will be ghost writing for him.
Take it away ...
... is cleaner, but Israel is sparkling.
Israel, the mere size of New Jersey, is a sparkling example of attitude. This is a "would-never-have -been" country if it wasn’t for those who believed and did so strongly. Fifty percent of the world Jewish population live here. These are not Jews born in or around Jerusalem rather these are people who believe in what Jerusalem stands for, or perhaps, what it embodies. ...