Travel Blogs from Bridgeport, United States

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Leaning towards Amsterdam, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Leaning towards Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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        Amsterdam; this the slimmest, trimmest, healthiest looking city-full of people I've seen anywhere.  It's gotta be the bikes.  They are everywhere.  I mean it.  It's the main mode of ...

Just one Good Fish Lord.....then one more, bridgeport, United States travel blog

Just one Good Fish Lord.....then one more

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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... for a couple of months.  we are staying in a trailer park at the edge of a beautiful sparkling blue reservoir in Bridgeport, California, which is just twenty miles north of Mono Lake.  the lake is also a bird sanctuary, harboring huge flocks of ...

Addendum to previous blog from Bridgeport, bridgeport, United States travel blog

Addendum to previous blog from Bridgeport

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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... family, we loved our time with you, and good luck girls!      The RV park we are staying at here in Bridgeport is also big on the ATV scene as there are hundreds of miles of riding trails in the desert around the Ghost Town of ...

The Billetts in the Old West, Bodie, United States travel blog

The Billetts in the Old West

A travel blog entry by jonbillett

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After waking up in the coldest place ever, and this place was freezing! We packed up and heading into Lee Vining to warm up and have another hearty American breakfast before heading to a town called ghost town called Bodie (clip 1 - clip 2), it was ...

The Blog is dead, long live the blog!, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

The Blog is dead, long live the blog!

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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Well, I didn't write about Israel.  "Imagine, not writing about such a magical place!  Such a lazy boy."  "But Ma," (she's in a better place now) "it was months ago; that's history."  "What?  You want to know about history?," she ...

Bodie - Geister vergangener Tage, Bodie Ghost Town, United States travel blog

Bodie - Geister vergangener Tage

A travel blog entry by schabby

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Mittwoch nach dem Frühstück dann weiter raus in die Berge. Bodie Ghost Town, angeblich die schönste Geisterstadt hier in Amerika. So oder so, lokalisiert auf 8.500ft. Höhe ist sie der kälteste Ort dieses Landes. Hui, von einem Extrem (Death Valley) ...

"It's just like Schvitzerland!!!"

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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That's what Ilana's Father said when he saw the Sierra Nevada mountains for the first time.  And there is so much snow still on the peaks of the Sierras from last year's heavy winter that indeed the comparison does hold water.....too much water for ...

Sierra Mtn. High, bridgeport, United States travel blog

Sierra Mtn. High

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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Ilana is on her second tour, with Bavarians this time.  Much smaller group, just 25, but still very demanding and tiring work.  Our friend Frank visited and stayed with Chance and I for a week recently, relaxing, hiking and enjoying the ...

Leaving Las Vegas, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Leaving Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by carolandowen

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... re ever up that way). Mono Lake was a particular attraction on the way. The banks of the lake are covered in tufors, limestone stalacmites formed in the high salinity of the water. A surreal landscape. We spent the night in Bridgeport, a nice little ...

Destination Bridgeport - on our way to Yellowstone, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Destination Bridgeport - on our way to Yellowstone

A travel blog entry by miniwanderers

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... at 6900 ft high and are camped at a lake where locals come primarily for fishing trout!  We have full hook-ups tonight at Bridgeport Reservoir RV Park so we are recharging everything and can read with the lights on for a little (if our eyes stay open ...

Once upon a time, in a land far far away..., Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Once upon a time, in a land far far away...

A travel blog entry by jrank2889

So I'm sitting in my living room, and I just finished packing and I'm still trying to come to terms with the fact that I am leaving tomorrow. I'm excited, don't get me wrong. However, I'm both nervous and anxious at the same time. I have yet to hear ...

Still on the trail, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Still on the trail

A travel blog entry by brentandjo

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... and at each place we marvelled at the tenacity of those early immigrants and at the same rime, felt a deep sorrow for the Indians.   It had been a long day and by the time we reached a small town called Bridgeport we decided to stop at the local RV ...

Birthplace of Buffalo Bill, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Birthplace of Buffalo Bill

A travel blog entry by adeline

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... in these parts, the trains are approx 1.5miles long and the train drivers hoot at us as we pass them. We stop off at Bridgeport for the evening, in a newly decorated Inn, costing $50. The owners are a very friendly young couple who entertain a bargaining ...

Another Business Trip: MWTC, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Another Business Trip: MWTC

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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Jul 15 to Jul 21 1991 This trip was basically the same as the last one, but used for comparison...cold temps vs. warm ...

Amtraking across the USA, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Amtraking across the USA

A travel blog entry by paulortw

... now very late train, but still had to wait for it to arrive, I bought another irregular coffee and discussed Bridgeport's economic decline and mafia connections with Karen. Finally fifteen minutes later than its repredicted time of being thirty minutes ...

Business Trip: MWTC, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Business Trip: MWTC

A travel blog entry by kitkatgo

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Jan 13 to Jan 20 1991 Went up to the Mountain Warfare Training Center in Bridgeport, California, located near Mammoth Lakes, to do some scientific studies for the military (physiology). My favorite study was sharp shooting with the M16s. I did my own ...

Coast Guard Boarding, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Coast Guard Boarding

A travel blog entry by tmasters

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Yes, we were Boarded while underway by the U S Coast Guard, Luckily I have a wife who believes in Safety. All that they were looking for was on the Boat and Brand New. They were pleased, probably more so that we were wearing our Personal Flotation ...

I had my private jacuzzi in the motel room, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

I had my private jacuzzi in the motel room

A travel blog entry by mchavez

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Roller Coaster Ride, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Roller Coaster Ride

A travel blog entry by jcb849

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With a long hilly ride staring us in the face, we decided to leave early (5:15 am) so that we could try to accomplish the full 143 miles and still arrive at the hotel before dark. We were expecting some really steep hills, instead what we got was nothing ...

Bridgeport: Ethanol Makes Sense, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Bridgeport: Ethanol Makes Sense

A travel blog entry by sidforsenate

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Ethanol just makes so much sense on so many levels for Nebraska. Interesting tour ...

Het bos staat in brand!, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Het bos staat in brand!

A travel blog entry by toine2000

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... dan toch onder algehele brandweercontrole het park verlaten en zitten hierdoor meer dan twee uur rijden uit onze route. 's avonds belanden we in Bridgeport waar we een motel vinden voor een redelijke prijs. Het valt meteen op dat de frigo stuk is en we ...

Bodie Ghost Town, Bodie state historical park, United States travel blog

Bodie Ghost Town

A travel blog entry by jimrice

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Bodie Ghost Town, Bodie Ghost Town, United States travel blog

Bodie Ghost Town

A travel blog entry by flw

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... nået til Bridgeport var det klaret helt op. Det blæste dog stadig kraftigt, men i det mindste regnede det ikke. Syd på Bridgeport ligger der en forladt guldgraverby, som vi ville ind at se. Man drejer fra hovedvejen mod Lake Mono ind af en small vej ...

Cleaning Up, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Cleaning Up

A travel blog entry by kinkajou25

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After a week at Scout Camp, my dad and I took the bear canisters we used back to town in Bridgeport. And then, we went into a public restroom by a park. My dad went into the bathroom stall and cleaned with some wet wipes, and put on a clean pair . And ...

Day 1 - 128 Miles (CT to NJ), Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Day 1 - 128 Miles (CT to NJ)

A travel blog entry by bjmb919

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Frequently Asked Questions, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Frequently Asked Questions

A travel blog entry by ncalla13

We have a lot of people ask us very similar questions. And if they didn't come out and ask, it's probably because they were being polite. BUT we are an open book so here you are!! 1) How were you able to take this much time off of work?: Nuno works for ...

Manzanar and Mountain Light, Bridgeport CA, United States travel blog

Manzanar and Mountain Light

A travel blog entry by nanseaj

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... out the website for a sample of this amazing photographer’s work. http://www.mountainlight.com/ It was a long day of driving but we made it to Bridgeport CA without incident and thoroughly enjoyed our visits to Manzanar and to Mountain Light ...

Visiting the In-Laws, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Visiting the In-Laws

A travel blog entry by jacksmorgan

We stayed at Ben's Parents house for almost a month. I had my first ever 4th of July.  Got to meet Daniel and his family (Ben's oldest ...

The inception......, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

The inception......

A travel blog entry by ncalla13

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One day (when he was likely avoiding doing chores around the house) Nuno began looking up places he wanted to visit and how much it would cost to travel to these various locations. He had heard of "around the world trip tickets" and decided to ...

Charming Ferry, Cozy Cave, Bridgeport, United States travel blog

Charming Ferry, Cozy Cave

A travel blog entry by burtonll

Bridgeport, Alabama, population 2,936. The railroad bridge in Bridgeport was a major supply route during the Civil War; wagons and then cars crossed the Tennessee River on "the Bridgeport Ferry" for over a hundred years, and many people still prefer ...

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