Travel Blogs from LaGrange, United States

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Well the air is fine, If you've got the time, LaGrange, United States travel blog

Well the air is fine, If you've got the time

A travel blog entry by havanacigar

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... ;                They got a lotta nice girls out there LaGrange Indiana,stopped for lunch at the Detroit Street bar and grill, saw an old shovelhead parked out front and new this ...

Happy New Year!!, LaGrange, United States travel blog

Happy New Year!!

A travel blog entry by jesse_and_karla

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Happy New Year!  Hope everyone has had a great holiday season!  We are very excited about 2008!  So many big adventures and changes.  The first big adventure is our honeymoon to Australia and New Zealand.  We have about ...

On Our Way!, LaGrange, United States travel blog

On Our Way!

A travel blog entry by jesse_and_karla

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... be visiting.  Due to the timing of our trip, we will only get to see them for about 1 day before they head back to the states.  This is about all we have planned out so far.  We figure we will plan as we go along and see where the trip ...

Florida-Birmingham (projected)/LaGrange (actual), LaGrange, United States travel blog

Florida-Birmingham (projected)/LaGrange (actual)

A travel blog entry by gen_mary

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... ;t a charm either. So we called AAA. We figured out that AAA would tow us up to 100 miles free; luckily I have a cousin in Lagrange, GA (which was exactly 100.2 miles away).  After a few minutes in the broken down car we realized that it was getting ...

T minus one week!, LaGrange, United States travel blog

T minus one week!

A travel blog entry by sojanet

I am at my parents' house in LaGrange now (1.5 hours south of Atlanta). It's quiet and nice. I rarely go outside since it's like 100 degrees F (38 degrees C?) outside...  I am taking a year off from medical school and will be spending this fall in ...

Ain't No Haint, LaGrange, United States travel blog

Ain't No Haint

A travel blog entry by battlemonkey

... drift through them like so much moody fog on a moonlit night. We Southerners, and especially folks who come from the Appalachian states (in truth, I lived nowhere near Appalachia, but we got the trickle-down effect and could always read Byron Crawford or ...

Back to LaGrange, GA, LaGrange, United States travel blog

Back to LaGrange, GA

A travel blog entry by laurette

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Wow... After 7 years away, I finally went back to LaGrange, where my Mom and Dad met years an years ago! Nothing has really changed, the Dairy Queen is still so dirty, at the same place and Kroger's store has just changed name. The heat is the same, but ...

site 56 after spring break week, Lagrange, United States travel blog

site 56 after spring break week

A travel blog entry by byronkellyjones

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First time on site 56 which is a double site in a turn around on the point. Very large and isolated from other camperswhich is a bonus sometimes. Camped with Bill and Judy Wright. Byron and Bill fished from boat and we fried the fish. They were good. ...

Day 14: Southborough, MA, to Lagrange, ME, Lagrange, United States travel blog

Day 14: Southborough, MA, to Lagrange, ME

A travel blog entry by nicole.bratt

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Today was my longest journey day yet, but I packed an incredible amount in. I left the Red Roof Inn in Southborough by 9am, and made my way north on I-93 up through New Hampshire. I drove through the White Mountains up to Littleton to visit my friends ...

Leaving Bryson City, arriving La Grange, GA, La Grange, United States travel blog

Leaving Bryson City, arriving La Grange, GA

A travel blog entry by maggiestravels

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It was sad to say goodbye to the mountains but the campsite in La Grange, GA was beautiful.  It's a federal campground run by the Corps of Army Engineers and is a series of 4 campground on the huge lake.  The Corp takes care of the lake to ...

test, Lagrange, United States travel blog

test

A travel blog entry by theeilands

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Gonna Get Going, Lagrange, United States travel blog

Gonna Get Going

A travel blog entry by morganbcantrell

At the age of 21, I have been blessed enough to go to 24 different American States, and 9 different countries.  Being raised a traveler puts a specific mindset in a person.  I am never satisfied in one place.  I constantly scour online ...

July 4th Campout, Lagrange, United States travel blog

July 4th Campout

A travel blog entry by byronkellyjones

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Camped on site 39 for 14 days for the first time. Great site, shady, private, good TV antenna reception. Pad was not completely level leaned to left. Gina Jay Bartlett camped at site 40. Grassy site we laid out together here. Bates and Herndons and ...

Years ago, miles away visible here today, LaGrange, United States travel blog

Years ago, miles away visible here today

A travel blog entry by dougdomeny

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Awesome experience! As Bible teachers, we relished walking around the full scale replicas. The artifacts can be handled adding to the realism. As an added bonus, we were treated to a special treat when Dr. Fleming gave us a personal tour and insights. ...

Welcome!, LaGrange, United States travel blog

Welcome!

A travel blog entry by franceandbeyond

... my travels while studying in Rennes, France from January 10, 2011 until June 13, 2011!  I've only been out of the United States once, when I was a sophomore in high school and 15 years old!  I am so looking forward to experiencing new cultures, ...

Day 32:  Bastrop, Texas to LaGrange, Texas, LaGrange, United States travel blog

Day 32: Bastrop, Texas to LaGrange, Texas

A travel blog entry by kedd

... less frequent and allowed us to slow our pace and stay together. We caught Sherri, Suze, Linda, and Margaret and rode into LaGrange together for a lunch stop. My left knee started acting up the last seven miles of the ride, and it was quite ...

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