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And I must follow, if I can,
... my good friend and cycling buddy Anne Mellis. Our husband are joining in the fun too.
In this blog, I will attempt to track our journey though Italy. And I must put out there, I am looking forward to ALL the hills. After climbing Bear Mountain, NY, I can DO anything!
All the Best,
We drove about 3 hours back to where we just were to see the Mitrione's when they returned from the Jersey shore. They are Mike's Godparents. What an incredibly fun couple they are. Fun, funny, and kind. We had a wonderful visit at their beautiful home and then went out for the best dinner! It was sad to leave, but hopefully we will be back to see them next year. Verno, you are coming with ...
Hello my most loyal traveling companions,
Did you keep your head down with all the shooting and cannon fire at Gettysburg? What a neat town and great presentation by the National Park Service. I highly recommend everyone to include this area on their bucket list.
Leaving Gettysburg and motoring over to Lancaster County to a little town called Gordonville, PA. This is in the heart of Amish country and it's like a step back in time. Keeping alert to slow ...
As we started to pack up this morning it started to rain. Soon we had thunder and lightning, then suddenly torrential rain. We took shelter in the RV for quite a while then, as it eased a bit, dashed to shelter in the BAT (because that's where the coffee was!).
Eventually we managed to get going, on what was supposed to be a two hour journey, but which took three hours, thanks to Becky (GPS) ...