Travel Blogs from Chester, United States

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Bryce Canyon, Hoodoooooooo!, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by hildreth75

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Bryce Canyon was easily our favorite! This place was unbelievable. Our campsite was huge and flat and we didn't have to camp under trees that birds could fire at our tent from. There's a laundry and showers and boy did we need a shower... From first ...

Arrival at Henry's Fork Ranch, Chester, United States travel blog

Arrival at Henry's Fork Ranch

A travel blog entry by cbnight

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Springtime? Snow drifts ten feet, Temp twenty-two, Snow piled in middle of street, Plows work to remove, Wind blows, Snow eight feet high on shoulder, White as far as eye sees, White for miles, Tis beautiful, Descend lower, White disappears Can summer be ...

Day at the ranch,  visit to St. Anthony and Rodeo, Chester, United States travel blog

Day at the ranch, visit to St. Anthony and Rodeo

A travel blog entry by cbnight

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This morning brought us more of that white stuff.  It also was a bit on the cold side.  We decided to relax in this beautiful and comfortable log cabin.  Later in the morning we did go into St. Anthony and refreshed our ...

Fishing the Henry's Frok, Chester, United States travel blog

Fishing the Henry's Frok

A travel blog entry by cbnight

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Today we reaffirmed the reason that it is called fishing and not catching.  It was extremely windy by the time we got to the river's edge.  Fortunately the wind was coming from the southeast and we are on the east bank so casting was not a ...

Packing and Preparations, West Chester, United States travel blog

Packing and Preparations

A travel blog entry by gerrardnate

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Dear Friends and Family, This is how I will mostly be communicating, while on my trip! Thank you all for your support financially, prayer, and many other ways, I'm almost ready to go! I leave around 5pm Thursday, July 25th 2013. There has been some ...

Utah Saints, Utah, United States travel blog

Utah Saints

A travel blog entry by alexandlucy

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Driving through Utah is absolutely stunning with it's striking red rock formations which also include the lovely Monument Valley - a very spiritual and revered place for the Native Americans. Along the way we also managed to find some dinosaur tracks! ...

St George, Utah, St George,, United States travel blog

St George, Utah

A travel blog entry by cusan

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OMG. St George, Utah. Where do I start? I just LOVE it here. We've been here for 6 nights, and I don't want to go. I would quite happily not go to Sedona and stay here. I thought I'd like it here, as it's close to Zion, and Zion is only 35 miles away, ...

Going away party, West Chester, United States travel blog

Going away party

A travel blog entry by tomlacey

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Our trip started with a going away party at the 3 Little Pigs restaurant in West Chester, PA. Approximately 50 people came and we had a great time...It was the perfect place for a party and it was great to see everyone that was able to come. ...

Snow Canyon, St George, Snow Canyon, St George, United States travel blog

Snow Canyon, St George

A travel blog entry by cusan

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This little Stae Park has quickly become a huge bonus to us staying in St George, as it's just a mile or 2 up the road from us. It's a little state park, full of huge red sandstone cliffs, and black volcanic lava flows. There's loads of little trails, ...

Packing up, West Chester, United States travel blog

Packing up

A travel blog entry by oneyearaway

(Amy)  You know those periods in your life when you feel that you couldn't possibly be more sleep-deprived, only to be proven wrong again and again?  That pretty much sums up the past few months.  It seems as if we haven't had five moments ...

Off to Niagara tomorrow, Chester Springs, United States travel blog

Off to Niagara tomorrow

A travel blog entry by sarahrees

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We've had a nice weekend relaxing in the sunshine. Took a trip over to a shopping outlet yesterday afternoon as Dean was looking for long sleeved 'jungle' shirts and a pair of lightweight trainers. The place was right next to two nuclear power station ...

Pennsylvania Peculiarities, Chester Springs, United States travel blog

Pennsylvania Peculiarities

A travel blog entry by sarahrees

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It's been an interesting last few days in North America. It was a long drive down from Niagara, and on a very rainy Thursday we reached Lancaster County, home to many Amish communities. We drove through Salsburg and around the back streets looking for ...

Getting ready to leave, West Chester, United States travel blog

Getting ready to leave

A travel blog entry by oneyearaway

(Jim) We are less than two months away from our departure date, and things are getting pretty sporty.  I'm juggling work, kids' soccer teams, and trip planning.  Amy is finishing up her second year teaching Advanced Chemistry at our kids' ...

Philadelphia Pa, Chester Springs, United States travel blog

Philadelphia Pa

A travel blog entry by sarahrees

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So, on Tuesday, having refused to pay $105 for the Amtrak train to Exton, we took Septa trains to Trenton, to Philadelphia then up to Exton via Narbeth, St Davids and Bryn Mawr!! ($29.50) We must've looked a pretty sight wobbling along to find seats ...

Day #7 East of Mt. Lassen NP to Old Station, CA, Chester, United States travel blog

Day #7 East of Mt. Lassen NP to Old Station, CA

A travel blog entry by chris.markus

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Today started slow as usual. No matter when I get up I rarely seem to be able to cook, eat, lubricate, sunscreen, dress, break camp, and pack before 9:00am. I guess when I look at it like that it's no wonder it takes forever. It is quite to process ...

A Sesame Street Mix of our Travel, Port Chester, United States travel blog

A Sesame Street Mix of our Travel

A travel blog entry by nnscarts

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With our trip now nearing its end - it’s obviously a time for reflection...  A time for looking backwards (after looking forward so much for the past year or so) and for remembering some of the fun moments we have experienced...... In true ...

A tight fit, but it will do, Chester, United States travel blog

A tight fit, but it will do

A travel blog entry by chrisjess2011

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Today we got to cross the mighty Mississippi River! The ride into Chester, Illinois took us through the Eastern Missouri wine country; what a beautiful ride. Although hills were involved, as usual,it was hard to take our minds and eyes off the scenery. ...

Bryce Canyon, Bryce Canyon, United States travel blog

Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by dymphna9817

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Another long drive, this time up to Bryce Canyon which was considerably chillier.  Again the view from the rim was breath-taking.  Probably even more impressive than the Grand Canyon because we didn't really know what to expect.  We took a ...

Autumn is falling..., Chester, United States travel blog

Autumn is falling...

A travel blog entry by bswadd

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... Halloween things on the fence posts and doors steps. We spent much of the day just wandering around the streets of Chester, Mendham, and other surrounding areas, rapidly taking photos at every turn. A real highlight was visiting Hacklebarney Farm where ...

To go by - unicycle? cardboard boat? kayak? camry!, Chester, United States travel blog

To go by - unicycle? cardboard boat? kayak? camry!

A travel blog entry by amandarrell

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... and down the road on his unicycle (some sort of strange American custom, I guess) – and we were on our way to Chester, Maryland to Amanda's dad's house. On Sunday we went over to the beach at Evan and Christine's community to watch our first ever ...

Two Major battles and One Mahoosive Hospital, Richmond National Battlefield Park, United States travel blog

Two Major battles and One Mahoosive Hospital

A travel blog entry by honestman

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As part of the Richmond Park, all of the local battles are included. However, very few are well preserved. There are some small areas of Gaines Mill and Cold Harbor left although they were pretty much on top of each other, 2 years apart. Drove out to ...

salt lake city, Slc, United States travel blog

salt lake city

A travel blog entry by nomadman

sophomores in high school on a ski trip alta brighton park ...

Day 14, West Chester, United States travel blog

Day 14

A travel blog entry by gratitude

Left Colombus at 1:30 and off th West Chester to see a family who I met on a cruise that my ex and I took in Jan 2006. They were so much fun on the cruise and I'd talked to them a couple of times since but not often enough. Well I got a little lost and ...

Day 14, West Chester, United States travel blog

Day 14

A travel blog entry by gratitude

Day 14  Got up and had some wonderful hazlenut coffee. Spent some time talking to Andrea, and had a little more of a cry regarding my ex. we talked and I feel much better today. I'm ready to allow some other great things into my life. We went to a ...

St. George, Snow Valley, Zion National park, National parkZion, United States travel blog

St. George, Snow Valley, Zion National park

A travel blog entry by campbc1

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Headlines: Super cool B&B and had dinner with Doris - who is 65 years young (looks 50!) from Ottowa, Canada who on a tour.  She spent some time in CA with a long lost friend that she hadn't seen in 40+ years who left Germany at ...

Home!, West Chester, United States travel blog

Home!

A travel blog entry by michalscouts

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Glad to be home!  Looking forward to sleeping in my own ...

The party, West Chester, United States travel blog

The party

A travel blog entry by linusvpelt

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... pretty much just in time for the party.  A great time of catching up with old friends and seeing their new kids. After the party went back to our friends to hang out and talk.  Then get taken over to hotel. Holiday Inn West Chester was good. ...

A Long Day of Nothing But the Open Road , Utah, United States travel blog

A Long Day of Nothing But the Open Road

A travel blog entry by bobamaniac715

... my first day in the tour bus, my first day out of California, and my first day getting into the open road to the Midwestern United States. Heck, this is my first time going to the states I have mentioned in my blog (minus Utah, Arizona, and Nevada). I'm ...

Lassen Volcanic National Park, Chester, United States travel blog

Lassen Volcanic National Park

A travel blog entry by radsolv

Climbed Lassen Peak. Bumpass Hell thermal ...

O me O my O, Port Chester, United States travel blog

O me O my O

A travel blog entry by vtvanman

... . Very wooded, lush and green. There were many schools along the way like Marist and the Beacon school.  I pulled into Port Chester around 2 PM. I noticed very quickly that there were many signs in Spanish. I felt like I had just pulled into a latin ...

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