The Inn At Woodhaven Farm
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Flew from McGregor Minnesota to Walla Walla Washington, 1050nm (1945km) in 13 hours non stop. By far my longest flight, but great news is I landed with 18 gallons (70 litres) of fuel, which from memory is the size of the original Searey fuel tank! Enough for another 3 hours flying. Crossed vast plains, some desert, and the Rocky Mountains. Quite a day.
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... Germany. Why Hamburg, you ask? Here's the backstory.
In the summer of 1966, after my junior year in high school, I went to Hamburg as a Youth for Understanding summer exchange student. There I lived with the Vertein family who had a son Frank and a daughter Frauke. Frank was older and married so I don't remember much about him, but Frauke was my age and she became my German 'sister' and friend. My German 'father' was ...
BACK IN THE DAY, way back in the last century when I was a 20-year-old college student at the University of Michigan, I went on a post-Christmas U of M Ski Club trip to Switzerland with two of my friends from Michigan State. After the ski trip ended, the three of us stayed in Switzerland to attend the Eurocentre in Lausanne with the sole purpose of studying French. We definitely studied French--for one quarter at least--but we learned ...
... our travel wings and give our hard-earned $$ to another organization, and a non-profit is even better!
As an interesting side note, this tour by Road Scholar is labeled as ACTIVE, which means participants will walk 1-2 miles a day over varied terrain and uneven surfaces. In comparison, Rick Steves' "active" tours are characterized by daily walks of 5-7 miles. I am certainly not complaining, but I think ...
... s influence and aid in building this project post depression. This being one of the modern wonders of the world, it created jobs to more than 10,000 people and helped set up an agricultural system that continues to work today. Did you know that there is enough concrete in this dam that it could build a sidewalk spanning the earth three times? Did I say impressive? ...