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the tick war, Augusta, United States travel blog

the tick war

A travel blog entry by kathyh99

the tick war has begun! ticks are disgusting creatures that can give you lyme disease, but even if they dont do that they bite you and suck your blood. and they are everywhere in maine, yay! i got bitten by one today which was just brilliant. thankfully ...

so ...  a little bit more, Augusta, United States travel blog

so ... a little bit more

A travel blog entry by kathyh99

so time for a little more detail. well camp is really cool. im living with 6 other girls at the moment. there is malin from sweden, imogen from england, natalie from the valley (ie la!), aliena and katie from new zealand and johanna from new york. my ...

Maine Street, Augusta, United States travel blog

Maine Street

A travel blog entry by mefox13

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My first stop today was to the Maine State Historical Museum.  I would have to say that it is one of the more impressive state museums I've encountered.  The building was very large and exhibits extended onto multiple floors.  There were ...

Back to MS, and almost got a ticket...Whew!, New Augusta, United States travel blog

Back to MS, and almost got a ticket...Whew!

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

... looks at me sideways, shrugs, and says "Be safe on your flights".  WHEW!!!  So now I'm in Hattiesburg and New Augusta with one of my coworkers.  We're running some efficiency tests on equipment.  Tedious work, but there's always a ...

Pine Trees and a Lotta Moose, Augusta, United States travel blog

Pine Trees and a Lotta Moose

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... state. Date: March 15, 1820 State Nickname: Pine Tree State Key Words: Pine, Trading, Textile, Fishing, Shipbuilding, Lumbering Augusta was settled in 1628 when some men from Plymouth established a trading post. Today, although 39 miles from the ...

Day 12: Two great meals with great company, Augusta, United States travel blog

Day 12: Two great meals with great company

A travel blog entry by tieken

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... from Lennox, Georgia. All great fun to talk to! After lunch I did a little shopping and then we hit the road to Augusta to see Josh and his girlfriend, Shannon. Along the way we took a detour through Statesboro to see Georgia Southern University. It was ...

Still traveling .... but it's not the same, Augusta, United States travel blog

Still traveling .... but it's not the same

A travel blog entry by beth

I guess I should start with where I left off in April. I was in Sweden still traveling. Well in June the EU kicked me out (according to the rules I could only be there three months) so I returned to the US intending to return to work (yes, go ahead and ...

Horse Tour, Beidler Forest, and Rosemary B&B, North Augusta, United States travel blog

Horse Tour, Beidler Forest, and Rosemary B&B

A travel blog entry by sjk

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... Jackson, Henry Ford, Robert Lincoln, and Harvey Firestone stayed at the building when it was owned by the founder of Augusta (James Oglethorpe). The owners have done well to incorporate period style furnishings to maintain the look and feel of ...

im here!!!, Augusta, United States travel blog

im here!!!

A travel blog entry by kathyh99

so ... im here!!! two days travel later and ive finally got here! its really beautiful here. there isnt very many people yet, there are two other horseriding counsellors here. one from england and one from sweden, they are all really nice. there are a ...

Augusta national golf course, Augusta, United States travel blog

Augusta national golf course

A travel blog entry by debandalan

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... up the following morning and Alan wanted to get some souvenirs from Augusta for his golfing mates but there is a licence permit that only Augusta national golf course can sell these, the shop is in the clubhouse of the course, so off we go back there..... ...

Down to MS for a few days, New Augusta, United States travel blog

Down to MS for a few days

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

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I spent a few days out here with John W. from work installing some new experimental equipment.  What can I say, it's beautiful back here but there's not much to do in nowhere ...

Taking in some more  history!, Augusta, United States travel blog

Taking in some more history!

A travel blog entry by thesairs

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... , when one of his fellow players, aged 75 by the way, hit one in on a par 3.  That alone will make Ken's Augusta experience memorable!  Besides being home to the Masters I really had no idea what else Augusta had to offer.  I was confident ...

Augusta -- Which one is Which?, Augusta, United States travel blog

Augusta -- Which one is Which?

A travel blog entry by ramblinrecks

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So we lived in Augusta, GA for more than 25 years. Some quick comparisons:    Augusta, ME - State Capital - 18,000 people, ninth-largest city in Maine, third smallest state capital in U.S., behind Montpelier, VT (been there) and Pierre, ...

Celebrating Evan's Birthday early, Augusta, United States travel blog

Celebrating Evan's Birthday early

A travel blog entry by ramblinrecks

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AM:  We had so little time to do so much.  The drive from Yemassee to Augusta was really nice.  We stopped in and saw Bobby and Beth to catch up.  The time passed very quickly and we were off to see Julie & Jerry and the kids. ...

We are One Home Less         (Not Homeless), Augusta, United States travel blog

We are One Home Less (Not Homeless)

A travel blog entry by ramblinrecks

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... 2015 to a wonderful young military family. We moved into the 5er on the 12th of December and are staying at the Heritage RV Park in Augusta until 19 Jan 16.   AM:  It was bittersweet loading the RV to the gills and moving into the RV park. ...

Here We Go!, Augusta, United States travel blog

Here We Go!

A travel blog entry by ramblinrecks

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... boys and their families in Savannah on Christmas Eve and Christmas morning.  Christmas afternoon with daughter and her family in Augusta.  New Years was in Gatlinburg TN.  Retirement Party for AM on Wednesday, January 13th.  Retirement ...

Augusta, GA!, Augusta, United States travel blog

Augusta, GA!

A travel blog entry by jd_amazing_race

Heading toward the ...

Getting ready to travel, Augusta, United States travel blog

Getting ready to travel

A travel blog entry by logemann15

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When traveling with 3 kids under 10 you start preparing months in advance! We have packed each person their own duffle bag, packed an extra bag for dirty laundry, and a carload of snacks and drinks that are corn free and fun. Also, each child was given ...

Down a Country Road, Augusta, United States travel blog

Down a Country Road

A travel blog entry by thane-brooke

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... , jellies and syrup made from the fruit she grows, offers perfect gifts for the folks back home. Dells mill, 3 miles north of Augusta, was a highlight of our trip, other than visiting relatives, of course.  Built in 1864, early farmers used the mill ...

Maine's capitol city, Augusta, United States travel blog

Maine's capitol city

A travel blog entry by catndeano

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... and headed back to the fort, where we managed to catch a free guided tour. Construction of Fort Knox, (not the United States Bullion Depository, Kentucky), started in 1844 and finished in 1869, but it was still not complete. The fort contains mounts for ...

Andrea ist schuld!, Augusta, United States travel blog

Andrea ist schuld!

A travel blog entry by couve-on-tour

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... in North oder South Carolina bei Südstaaten-Drinks und Meerblick chillen. In der Realität kommen wir nur bis Augusta. Zwei Autostunden von Atlanta entfernt ziehen die ersten Unwetter auf. Also besser Nachtquartier suchen und die Stadt anschauen. Auf ...

Day 4:  McKittrick to Augusta, 43.2 miles, Augusta, United States travel blog

Day 4: McKittrick to Augusta, 43.2 miles

A travel blog entry by kchancecarter

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... to get to town, but it's worth seeing the churches, homes, and antique stores.  But the real attraction is the Augusta Brewing Company, a fabulous beer garden on the hill.  It was a relaxing place to have lunch and sip their pumpkin ...

Horse Vs Bike......., Augusta, United States travel blog

Horse Vs Bike.......

A travel blog entry by cody_max

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... huge.  This town was founded in 1736 so the houses reflect this.  Big porches on huge sections of land.  Augusta is right beside the mighty Sahvana River.  This meant back in the day it would flood seasonally.  Now days ...

House of Stuff, Augusta, Georgia, United States travel blog

House of Stuff

A travel blog entry by helen.hedrick

... before we get on the trail.  Our goal is to make it to St. Charles, but--lo and behold--at the little town of Augusta is a brewery with tables in the sun and a sweet-sounding bluegrass band.  We haven’t had much sun lately, so what can we ...

Off to the Airport, Augusta, United States travel blog

Off to the Airport

A travel blog entry by kahootzjohn

Off to the ...

Leaving on a jet plane!, Augusta, United States travel blog

Leaving on a jet plane!

A travel blog entry by rgee009

Well after running a few errands in Augusta I headed to the airport to catch my flight to Dallas, Texas with four folks from work. We got out of the Augusta airport without any issues which was a pleasant surprise. When we finally landed in Dallas we ...

Gas caps and grandfathers, Augusta, United States travel blog

Gas caps and grandfathers

A travel blog entry by johnturner

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... a gas cap meant waiting around in the hotel until places started to open.  I started calling around to the Harley dealerships near Augusta.  The closest one wasn't sure if they had a gas cap or not and suggested I call L-A HD in Lewiston, ME ...

Great to camp again..., Gibson Reservoir, United States travel blog

Great to camp again...

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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Surprise! We're back out there again... Our friends Sus' and David invited us up to Gibson Reservoir for a night's rest...so to speak.  Sus's daughter Becca and her two daughters, Ella and Harper came along.  Need I add Murphy the dog? Of ...

Que sera, sera., Augusta, United States travel blog

Que sera, sera.

A travel blog entry by tall_tales

So, I have just about two days left before I'm headed to Rome and it's just now starting to feel real to me.  All of the anxiousness and excitement I've hidden for the past few months is finally spilling out. Before, I ...

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