Travel Blogs from Douglas, United States

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Nogalas Mexico, Nogalas, Mexico travel blog

Nogalas Mexico

A travel blog entry by myjob

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Three months ago I was told about the New Mexican Job and my possible involvement. Now, of course I was filled with joy. It meant I had single handily avoided the Mauritania and Libya bullet f Thank Goodness. In one month I would be off to tan, fly ...

Cumberland Island, Douglas, United States travel blog

Cumberland Island

A travel blog entry by nighthowl33

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This entry chronicles our journey to Cumberland Island. It is always a treat to travel south through the shifting landscape of Georgia, going through the red clay to the dusty sands of south Georgia. We made a stop over at Rose's for an afternoon of good ...

Home into safe soil, USA at last!!, Douglas, United States travel blog

Home into safe soil, USA at last!!

A travel blog entry by adventurescot

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... passport ontrol for another stamp and that was it all over. The most efficient border crossing on this whole journey. Once into Douglas it was a total different feeling, we felt safe and relaxed!! There were police around and somehow we trusted them with ...

Lot & License town, Douglas, United States travel blog

Lot & License town

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre

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... be any kids around that day because school was still in session. We were just happy to hear a yes. :) So we drove into Douglas, found a parking spot behind a diner, and did a full walk-around the downtown area. We ended up meeting some really delightful ...

Day 15: Jackson to Douglas, Wyoming, Douglas, United States travel blog

Day 15: Jackson to Douglas, Wyoming

A travel blog entry by allobr

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Day 15: Jackson, WY to Douglas, WY States: a whole lotta Wyoming Miles: 341 Highlights: Tetons!; another moose sighting; unexpected scenery along drive in mid-Wyoming (highway 26); Abby laughing her head off to Paul's silly antics at the end of the ...

The Lord of the Flies, Douglas, United States travel blog

The Lord of the Flies

A travel blog entry by rebeccapcohen

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... to us, coloring, and resting. After the stress of getting past Denver, we were spending time together as a family. We arrived in Douglas, Wyoming around 4:00pm. Bret took the kids to the playground and the pool while I did five loads of laundry. ...

Finally stopping for lunch, Douglas, United States travel blog

Finally stopping for lunch

A travel blog entry by 2knightsabroad

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... to Western Wyoming we saw red rock and that makes the hill so pretty, like the Grand Canyon.   Along the way from Douglas to Dubois we followed a similar and nearby path as the Americans did in the mid-1800's on the Oregon Trail.  It was ...

Smelling Lucky, Douglas, United States travel blog

Smelling Lucky

A travel blog entry by nighthowl33

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Trey here........       We rolled into Douglas for a visit, and to have a shorter drive down to Cumberland tomorrow. My friend Rose was kind enough to put us up for the night and fed us some of her homemade spaghetti sauce, ...

Juneau was great stop, Juneau Alaska, United States travel blog

Juneau was great stop

A travel blog entry by peeteeandjoe

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A friend that we met while in Arizona recommended we take the Juneau Jeep Tour.  Probably because it was aunt, but it sounded like fun.   So glad we did.  Although her niece sold the company to another company, it was still ...

Day 48-49/Drive to Douglas, WY, Douglas, United States travel blog

Day 48-49/Drive to Douglas, WY

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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... just in someones attic.  I did feel at times like I was looking at my grandmother's things. We stayed over night in  Douglas with a hotel with a pool, so the kids enjoyed that as well as going to a water park as we waited for Heather to join ...

......along the road to Buzzard's Bay, Buzzard's Bay, United States travel blog

......along the road to Buzzard's Bay

A travel blog entry by jowegee1

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The Road To Buzzard's Bay by Bruce Brown When I was young I loved the poetry of youth The way the tourists love the vivid shrimp That children sell along the road to Buzzards Bay.... Photo's from The Road Less Traveled  ...

Smelly room and midnight temperature runs, Douglas, United States travel blog

Smelly room and midnight temperature runs

A travel blog entry by clarf

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... is the first semi-decent station we’ve found in the whole time we’ve been in the country! We pulled into Douglas and asked around for a few prices and ended up staying at a truck-stop motel thing which smelled like disinfectant inside. Later ...

Ready to head south., Douglas, United States travel blog

Ready to head south.

A travel blog entry by thesairs

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We've arrived in Douglas, Arizona along with the rest of our traveling companions and are anxiously awaiting our early morning departure.  This entry was done primarily to keep the map current.  The other reason for the entry is to let you all ...

May 10th. Navojoa to Douglas  (Arizona, USA), Douglas, United States travel blog

May 10th. Navojoa to Douglas (Arizona, USA)

A travel blog entry by bri74

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Had some cereal for breakfast!! May not sound that amazing but cereal has been a rare beast on this trip. Last to leave today but soon caught up with Jo, Barry, Pete and rode with them for a while. The temperature was better today but the ...

Crossville,Knoxville/Douglas Dam Headwater CG, Crossville/Knoxville/Douglas Dam, United States travel blog

Crossville,Knoxville/Douglas Dam Headwater CG

A travel blog entry by gsnakehill

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... .  We checked in on a Friday afternoon.  First, we had gone down the road to another TVA campground Douglas Dam Tailwater Campground but there was nothing available.  Some sites at these TVA campgrounds almost looked like permanents.  ...

Didn't get far today, Douglas, United States travel blog

Didn't get far today

A travel blog entry by lisartw

We had an unscheduled stop in a little place called Douglas, Wyoming today. We'd drive from Dubois to Cheyenne via Riverton on some very rough roads. They're doing a lot of road construction over here and basically they rip up the road and re=tarmac it ...

It's a big country..., Douglas, United States travel blog

It's a big country...

A travel blog entry by ritaluther

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... of Newcastle Miss GPS said:  'Continue 67 miles!'  At the end of the 67 miles, and now heading south towards Douglas, Wyoming, she issued a new instruction:  'Continue 72 miles!'  Within three hours I had driven two-thirds the length ...

The Heavy Weight of Hospitality, Douglas, United States travel blog

The Heavy Weight of Hospitality

A travel blog entry by losingyourself

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... US residences with families and places in the community are still being deported. Men and women are still coming to work in the United States for below minimum wage jobs, so that US citizens can continue to consume while not having to worry about paying ...

Juneau, we love you, Juneau , United States travel blog

Juneau, we love you

A travel blog entry by jen.hollifield

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We arrived in Juneau and were off the ship early.  It was a foggy gray morning and we worried that our helicopter flight might be cancelled.  We spent a couple of hours just walking around town, seeing the sights.  Lots of tacky gift shops ...

Like a Deer in the headlights, Douglas, United States travel blog

Like a Deer in the headlights

A travel blog entry by veger

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Our first official trip day is coming to a close, we are in Douglas Wyoming at the KOA. A little noisy right now as we are next to the road entering the Site, but it is still early and should quite down. Wyoming could be called stark, barren even, but it ...

Proposal on the Mendenhall, Juneau Alaska, United States travel blog

Proposal on the Mendenhall

A travel blog entry by waytoohappy

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This trip was amazing.  kayaking, glacier bay, helecopter to the mendenhall where Allan proposed.  great trip.  movie to ...

Inside Passage, Alaska, United States travel blog

Inside Passage

A travel blog entry by kayyendole

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Day 2 All Aboard the Celebrity Century Our captain is Captain Nikolas Christodoulakis who reminds me of a certain captain Christophe Alouette from the SS Commode at the Weybridge Mariners Club for those who attended the Murder Mystery night there last ...

Day 30, At Sea off Juneau, United States travel blog

Day 30

A travel blog entry by warwicksoption

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Greetings  Today we woke early and turned on the TV for the Ship's own channel. It usually opens with a view of the bow and where we are going, and the stern where we have been. It has its own show and they give us updates on the Ship’s ...

Wyoming: Ayres Natural Bridge, Douglas, United States travel blog

Wyoming: Ayres Natural Bridge

A travel blog entry by jessjacobs

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n We saw a dinosaur mus n  eum; there are a lot of fossils in Wyoming due to the mountain ranges. n  We went to Ayres Natural Bridge which is from Oregon Trail, which is a computer game we played in elementary school on the computer to learn ...

Arrival in New England, Massachusetts, United States travel blog

Arrival in New England

A travel blog entry by kd91

After hours of queuing, flying and driving, my parents and I arrived at our first destination in New England, which was the Bays Inn Motel in Massachusetts; unfortunately the name of the town escapes me. We decided to grab a quick bite to eat and so we ...

4th Anniversary Special, Alaska, United States travel blog

4th Anniversary Special

A travel blog entry by kayyendole

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Day 3 Monday May 20th Anniversary Special Sunrise 5.30.a.m. our balcony is on the starboard side and facing the sunrise and sunset so we get the most amazing skies first thing in the morning and last thing at night. I can't help but want to get up and ...

Leaving Douglas, Douglas, United States travel blog

Leaving Douglas

A travel blog entry by tracyandjohn

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This morning John and I had a really good run in Douglas. The weather was perfect being 55 and sunny when we started, although it felt much warmer by the end. We started at a local park then followed a trail up a decent sized hill (which feels like a ...

A whale of a time!, Alaska, United States travel blog

A whale of a time!

A travel blog entry by kayyendole

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... . And of course Gold! But the wilderness is the real attraction here the whole town has more trails than roads to access Mount Douglas and Mount Juneau. Tourism is devoted to ski-ing, hiking, kayaking, ice climbing on the glacier and of course fishing for ...

Family Time, Douglas, United States travel blog

Family Time

A travel blog entry by ladyaggieball

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After a hardworking week with the Lady Aggies, I was able to go home and enjoy some well needed family time. Going back to Georgia was great because not only was I able to spend time with my family, but I also was able to attend my cousin's wedding. It ...

Scenic Cruising in Tracy Arm Fjord, Tracy Arm Fjord AK, United States travel blog

Scenic Cruising in Tracy Arm Fjord

A travel blog entry by fstclair

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Hi All,   We sailed south overnight from Haines back into the Tongass National Park just south of Juneau.  Today we enjoyed a half-day of scenic cruising in Tracy Arm Fjord.  The Captain advised we would cross through the narrow entrance ...

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