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... Africa, but how awesome is that. I love the ocean. It brings me to peace. I've been living in the City that never sleeps for almost 11 months and it is amazing to just hear the waves crash, birds singing, wind blowing and silence, instead of constant sirens, honking, people screaming and talking and just the City. I've been in a very bad place lately though. I worry about my future, my life back home, what country I am going to visit next etc. ...
... is what our trip looked like;
June 20 departed Jocotepec at 8am arrived at Matehuala , Mexico at 8pm 273 miles
June 21 departed Matehuala, Mexico at 9am arrived at Laredo, Texas at 10pm 381 miles = Slept overnight at Stripes Gas Station.
June 22 arrived at GOLIAD, Texas 174 miles and stayed 2 nights at Aranama RV Park.
June 24 departed Goliad, TX at 7am arrived at LUFKIN, Texas at 3:30pm 280 Miles = Slept at Walmart parking ...
... girl, Sophia, who met Lincoln for the first time today. They were so cute together. I know they'll both be walking and causing trouble by the end of the summer.
It was a great last full day of our vacation. We are very sad for it to end tomorrow. We plan to take our time packing up to head home. Back to the grind on Monday.
Thank you to all who followed us along our journey!! We can't wait for our next camping adventure!
Remember when I complained about how hot it was in Florida? Yeah, I take that back. We're back to wearing jeans and jackets. It was a brisk 47 degrees today which is 40 degrees colder than it was in Florida. In fact, during our drive from Virginia yesterday we drove through a passing snow shower in Pennsylvania. Perhaps we should turn around and head back to the warmth. I'm sure Andy's bosses will give him an extra ...
... Capital in Washington State. There were two artillery guns located in the lobby from the 19th century and unlike most other state buildings, the state seal was located underneath the dome just like in Olympia. The dome is the 4th largest self-supported marble dome in the world and looks great. We looked inside the House of Representatives, Senate, Library and State Reception Room and there were only a few other people there.