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... rabies country! 8). Transit declaration required stating your pet has no contact with rabies-carrying animals and remain secured within the travel crate. This means that in order for Nelson to go into the EU -- he has to have this TETER blood test now.... And can not go into the EU until sometime after mid January, 2016 The vet in Marmaris, suggested that Marina and Nelson leave from Greece. It is a rabies free country, and transportation with EU is simple, without ...
... and Jimmy in February, Mexico maybe, Abby's graduation in June, the RV trip in June. Time and Money!! Teri and Ron, Kim and Dan and the two of us got together for dinner at Teri's one evening. It turned out really well, good conversation and laughs. Delicious salmon dinner again provided by Ed! I'd seen Kim a couple of times, once she came here and when I visited her and her garden. The Paleo diet has been challenged! When we control the situation we can and try to ...
... Icefields Center the day before and at Lake Louise, we opted to drive out of Banff and into Yoho National Park. By the time we got there it was dusk, found an easy and strange site in the middle of a field with other trailers. We are sure there were great views, but we only had a few peekaboo moments. It is never boring to look out at the sky and see a mountain face as high as you can see.
Day 10: Tuesday: Yoho, Golden, Glacier: Takakkaw Falls, Golden, Glacier National ...
... walk. Very pretty.
We went to Fort Flagler State Park On Marrowstone Island, to the east of Port Townsend. It is on the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It also had a RV camping area right on the water that made us pretty envious. Wish I had known about it earlier. It had two main areas; one was the camping area and the other was the abandoned post of the fort and all the people who were stationed there. The buildings are now used for retreats and vacation houses. It was ...
... were basically 3 sections that we toured, Some of the steps were the original, and some were later. The skylights in the tunnels were glass in the sidewalk above, so it gave us a good perspective of where we were in relation to the street above. The tourguide was knowledgeable and funny and kept us entertained the entire time. It's amazing that these tunnels still exist, as I've noticed that the West doesn't seem to have as much ...
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