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... with the areas designated for tents requiring no power. The pitches are clearly numbered and the adjacent parking area had spaces labelled with the corresponding numbers. It was great and we were the only ones there.
Each pitch is equipped with a picnic table and fire pit with grill. We had a lovely view of the lake edge (just 100 feet away) and surrounding woods. Facing due west, a beautiful sunset was starting to unfold right in front of ...
... first connection and the excitement of the trip will get me through. IAD was busy as usual but the lines weren't too long. I had my big backpack that I was going to have as my carry-on and my medium sized luggage. I saw some travelers with their large camping backpacks in duck covers. I kind of wished I had a huge duffle bag so it didn't look like I was carrying this big backpack. I also knew that my large backpack was way over the maximum ...
... soon to be discovered passions. We are taking this time to enjoy and embrace ourselves, each other, and most importantly to embrace this beautiful country we all call home. We are the watchers on the wall. And so our watch begins.
- "It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out of your door. You step into the Road, and if you don't keep your feet, there is no knowing where you might be swept off to." ~ J.R.R. Tolkien
- Don't underestimate the value ...
We have known Kevin Potter for years now and when he said he had bought a ring we set our travel plans because we would not miss it for the world!
Kevin and Ginny Lynn got married on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at her families church tucked outside of Washington DC. They held their reception in her grandfather's back ...
There's a cheerful passport control officer that greets us. How unusual! Then we are greeted by the ever cheerful and slightly mad Yuhannet. He is a breath of fresh air. On the journey to DC we tell him of our forthcoming Gullet cruise around his beloved homeland Turkey. He fills us in on some places that we ...