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Moved to Draper to get some work done on our Excursion. The work needed was written up on Wed. We had the coach at the gate by 8 AM so work could get done in one day. The 5 or 6 tiles that needed replacing turned into an all day project. So General RV ran a power cord out to the road and we spent the night camped on the side of the road. ...
... Fred barbecued Santa Maria Tri Tip. Santiago loved it.. He still cannot get over Fred's meat thermometer barbecue fork. "You Americans have something different for everything. He said we are a nation of consumers, which is why our economy works. We all listened to the pinging of the rain on the trailer all night. Lots of walking and laughing, nice ...
... May 5th - DIVING DAY 1
Monday, May 6th - DIVING DAY 2
Tuesday, May 7th - DIVING DAY 3
Wednesday, May 8th - day of snorkeling/beach day. Evening flight Sharm
to Cairo. Fly out late evening (3am) to Addis, Ethiopia.
Thursday, May 9th - 4am arrive Addis, check into hotel, explore city.
Friday, May 10th - fly to Lalibela 0730 departure, 0835 arrival, explore churches in the afternoon.
Saturday, May 11th - Lalibela - weekly ...
... we passed a sign that mentioned a town with a population of one, we didn't know if we read it right. Of course, we stopped at the next exit and, sure enough, the sign was correct. Buford, with a grand population of one resident, is the least-populated town in the United States of America. We made the census three, though that lasted for a whole five minutes.
In Laramie, a town situated above 7,000 feet, we stopped off to get a glance of the University ...
... cycling, perhaps too many people ride straight over the edge!!! Anyway, there is no restaurant on his site so we found the nearest diner and rode the 3 miles down there. It was a fairly basic diner but the food was ok and the people watching was entertaining, particularly the very large man who came in with several children, granny and two other women. Perhaps they were both his wives, we are very near the Mormon capital of Salt Lake City after all! Feeling more confident about ...