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Travel Blogs from Morris
... own apples and activities which the little kids would love - wagon rides, hay bales to climb, a camel to look at.
Route 66 is not one continuous road so we needed to keep our eyes open for the signs. Also the route has 2 different routes from just south of Staunton to Springfield. We did not notice this until we thought we had lost the route just after Gillespie. We had a lovely detour along farm roads that I bet rarely ever get anyone other ...
... Roadhouse where we had ring-side seats for one of the most spectacular lightening displays either of us has ever seen. It was, of course, accompanied by more torrential rain. The temperature at the campground when we got back to the camper was about 89. Outside. This morning, after purchasing a new lock for the trailer hitch (refer back to paragraph one, sentence two.....), we met Mickey Anderson, my cousin's delightful wife, for breakfast at Denny's. Had another ...
The itinerary is set.
The important papers are printed.
We have our brand new Keen sandals.
And our hiking gear.
Some snacks for the plane.
Some reading materials for the plane.
A few electronics to get us through..ipad, iphone, laptop, kindle...just the basics.
I may have an organized binder filled with all of our paperwork and guides. (Don't judge me.)
This trip has been a long time ...
... Emerald Buddha is included - marvel at the splendor of an ancient Siamese court with numerous palaces used for different Royal occasions. The remainder of the day is free to explore this fascinating Asian city on our own, take an optional tour or shop.
The day is free in Bangkok for some last minute shopping or sight-seeing, before our late evening flight on to Athens.
Arrive in Athens early this morning. Transfer to your ...
... met one of the cyclist, Ralph, on the trail a month earlier; Tony, his cycling friend, became the foto taker! Okay, so now we really gotta get going. Under the overpass and over the bridge. Oh wait, a 'bridge' foto op! Really. (Devon's Dad having been a bridge builder). So on to Batavia, and Devon realizes is where our son-in-law Matt works and is right on the trail. Yes, another foto op! Again, another interested cyclist stopped ...