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... was getting late. The rain
finally stopped and it was humid but not hot. We arrived at the Palmyra visitor
center at around 6:30 and when we came walking up the walk, two sister
missionaries snapped to attention and waited for us to come inside. We had the
whole place to ourselves besides a senior missionary couple, Bro and Sis
Childs. We got a map of the sites to see in the morning and a list of camping
spots in the area.
We checked out the closest ...
... with the fall our backdrop. We headed off to make camp just couple mile down the road. Very enlighten experience making base camp, we teamed up to put up the tents of which would become our home for the next 26 days. Camp was set up within an hour, so as a group we headed off for walk back to the water fall this time heading for the bottom. One word to describe it as beautiful. Dinner cooked by tour leader Emily was ...
... I saw a severed head of what might have been a pelican, but no body was found. A couple drunk ladies holding martinis strolled onto the island to watched the sunset. They tried to talked to us but it was incoherent, and I was glad they didn't stay long. Boaters started out at 5am, so we didn't get to sleep in much. This is probably good, because Patrick can't seem to leave camp before 10:30am on an average ...
... 8220;fingerlickin” (to quote my uncle Jeff) dinner of fish, potatoes, and asparagus. After hanging out for a bit and talking about public transportation and a bit of politics, I went to bed expecting an early morning on the road.
I woke up at 6:30 this morning and was on the road by 7. My aunt Sabrina was up and making me breakfast and coffee which was absolutely awesome. Such a great start to my day. She sent me off with a ...
... of the town. Come to find out he lived in Milford for a few years, moved to the Vineyard, and then up here to Auburn. He is a musician who plays the organ. We walked all over Auburn with Harvey explaining the historical facts of the area. We went by the Seward home. Seward was the senator and governor of New York who later became Secretary of State. As Secretary of State he negotiated the deal with Russia to buy Alaska. His home was a ...