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... of Elena should be posted soon. After we returned from the Sanctuary the rain began and did not stop. I used the time to catch up on 6 loads of dirty laundry. Rob and Elena went to see the new Disney movie "Minions." We are now on our way to Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin for 10 days. Can't wait to see our dear friends, Robin and Steve. We will have a campsite right next to them. Door County is a beautiful and amazing area. We have quite a few activities planned. Life is ...
... along the
river had been cancelled. We then went to Matthiessen State Park. It too was
flooded, but we were able to take the hiking path through the park. We did have
to wade ankle deep in our hiking shoes, but it was so worth it. There were
beautiful waterfalls and canyons. Quite a sight to see. From there we went to
Starved Rock State Park, but ...
... these huge, fast rising mountains….quite extraordinary. It is also unbelievably dry…as dry as I've ever experienced and nearly impossible to quench my thirst and my lips were totally parched and cracked. But there were numerous llama and alpaca throughout the trip…real neat little animals that people seem to also keep as pets.
So as were going to Chivay we are going one windy hairpin curve after another up…soon Luis tells me that ...
... the anchor line disappeared under the boat. Tom yells, "where's the anchor?" a moment before we hear a thump and the engine cuts out. Turns out the trip line got wound around the prop. For the second time today, Tom dons his wetsuit. Fortunately, it was a relatively simple (albeit cold) matter to disengage the line from the prop. A quick check and yes the engine and prop are still functioning and we are good to go....undoubtedly more stories to come...
... French settlers moved west to Missouri (St. Genevieve and St. Louis) but many stayed put. Although British soldiers were posted in Illinois (Fort Dearborn), few settlers arrived as the Crown reserved the territory for native Americans (west of Appalachia). After the Revolution George Rogers Clark tried to claim Illinois County for Virginia (1778), but was persuaded to cede it to the nascent United States in 1783. It then became part of ...
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