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Travel Blogs from Willis
Sometime around 5:00 - 5:30 we pulled into the Pioneer Village furled the sails and dropped anchor.
Septic and water hoses were connected and some cargo shuffling ensued. A major trip milestone was reached when Bill wacked his hand and shed the first blood of the journey.
Today Zach and Erin (we) printed and completed as much of our remaining Thailand documents as we could. There are just a few more steps in our paper work until completion. We leave on the plane in 1 month and 5 days! Excitement and nervous energy is felt constantly through out our days left in the ...
... for JMP. For the ignorant, it seems an unassuming bridge. Its grandeur is in its unobtrusiveness, it is a modern engineering marvel that does not detract from the natural beauty of the parkway.
We traveled on and made our way to Fancy Gap, VA to camp for our 2nd night! KOA's are impressive.
... yet, and there were many momentos still to purchase! :) So after outfitting himself and anyone else who wanted to be outfitted in Orange and Maroon, we strolled back onto campus and drove around a bit more, pointing out classrooms and dorms, where a mix of work and fun is always going on.
Our next exciting stop was eating dinner in the dining hall, which inspired Ryan to go to college ASAP. ...
... batters were swinging at pretty much anything that got near them--one guy got to first on a strikeout. My software gave me no option but to call it "dropped third strike," but that was terribly unfair to the catcher who probably never even saw it, as it was the wildest of wild pitches. Why the batter was swinging, I'll never know. There were eight pitchers (if you could call them that) and a home plate umpire who employed his imagination rather freely in ...
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