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Sunshine State, Kissimmee, United States travel blog

Sunshine State

A travel blog entry by janda

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So we have arrived in the U S of A now and survived our late night drive from Miami to Kissimmee. We have been getting a lot of homework done and enjoying the warm (but not as hot and humid as Costa Rica) weather. I won't be updating the blog much while ...

Freedom!, Boston, United States travel blog

Freedom!

A travel blog entry by jizmo

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Despite it's proximity to the megacity of New York, it is much a different place.  It retains much of  its history its retained architecture and illogical street designs. It seems in the couple hundred years since the revolutionary war, ...

A Lull, New Orleans, United States travel blog

A Lull

A travel blog entry by jizmo

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Whatever the reason the rest of my time in New Orleans was quietly discomforting. It was not entirely unenjoyable, but I should have loved it all. Tthe fresh air, the quaint streets fair weather, genteel locals and even the pleasant aroma of flowering ...

Never did win no checkered flags..., Kettle Falls, United States travel blog

Never did win no checkered flags...

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter

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...but I never did come in last. Today's ride was beyond physically taxing. 6300' of elevation gain over Wauconda and Sherman passes. The death ride in South Lake Tahoe only climbs 10000' between five passes in one day, and those dudes are riding carbon ...

Having A Very Merry Christmas, Sturgis, United States travel blog

Having A Very Merry Christmas

A travel blog entry by elsat

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Hi Everyone, I have officially made it back to the United States, home sweet home at my parents house in Sturgis. It was hard to leave all my kids and families during such a difficult time, but after parting on a joyous note I feel that all of us were ...

The Birth of the Semi-Backpacker, Providence, United States travel blog

The Birth of the Semi-Backpacker

A travel blog entry by semi-backpacker

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After so many months of planning, dreaming, talking and googling, my trip is finally here! I'd like to say that this Bronx-born city girl that's never been camping is doing a 360 and packing a tent and sleeping bag in her backpack; HOWEVER, I am ...

No blog today!, Eastham, United States travel blog

No blog today!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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For all of you who are anxiously await reading my blog, sorry, no wild stories of my exploits on Martha's Vineyard yesterday ....just yet.  I have a massive headache and have been in bed since my return last night. My head still feels like I have a ...

A Year in Review-A Pictorial!, Kissimmee, United States travel blog

A Year in Review-A Pictorial!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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Today's blog is written within the pictures. Select the first picture and then read on by clicking the next photo ...

My day @ Martha's Vineyard!, Vineyard Haven, United States travel blog

My day @ Martha's Vineyard!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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    You'll have to wait for my narrative and pictures. I just got back and I STINK! I cycled part of the Island and it was warm out. Time for a shower than I'll post something here. .....later ...

Who Am I ! ? ...not the philosophical Me!, Lafayette, United States travel blog

Who Am I ! ? ...not the philosophical Me!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... the woods. Some of these people, after a difficult winter, gave themselves up and were then sent to certain US states along the coast...Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, and many others. Other Acadiens were sent to the Dominican Republic.   ...

In the USA for 6 months, Lake Placid, United States travel blog

In the USA for 6 months

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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2 days in Lake Placid admiring the fall colours. It was raining the afternoon I arrived. I walked around Lake Placid in the rain. Had pizza for supper. Ordered a medium and I had enough leftovers for a week. Don't know what a large would have looked ...

Chocolate lovers Paradise!, Elizabethtown, United States travel blog

Chocolate lovers Paradise!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... me where he was from I had already sensed that he wasn't a local. He says the easterners (New Yorkers and other local states, plus Ontario and Quebec) are the most arrogant, demanding people. They come into the campground in their ˝ million dollar motor ...

The wind changed with the state, Beach, United States travel blog

The wind changed with the state

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter

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I'm paying sales tax of 7% on my beers again. Something is wrong here. Oh that's right, I'm no longer in Montana. It is with watery eyes that I admit it, as I thoroughly enjoyed the lawless beast, from Glacier to the plains. It left me with a good taste ...

Same old, Redlands, United States travel blog

Same old

A travel blog entry by nickycooil

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5th July After meeting at the airport the coaches picked us up and headed down to Redlands - I sat next to Kempy from my university on the way to our induction and settled her nerves and worries for the forthcoming summer. The journey took just less than ...

The Eternal Word TV Network-EWTN!, Pelham, United States travel blog

The Eternal Word TV Network-EWTN!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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I could say that I had a vision and God lead me to this place. Maybe in some way he did. I'm sure my mom would say that he did. God does have a purpose for all of us. How does this place fit into the grand scheme of things?   It's no secret ...

Oldcat and the Ironman (and women!) Competition, Wilmington, United States travel blog

Oldcat and the Ironman (and women!) Competition

A travel blog entry by dwlp.travelkids

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... the road that we needed to travel?? Wow! According to a brochure, more than 2,500 athletes from 19 countries and 45 states participate not to mention all the support staff…and families…and friends that want to be there for their ...

Go Forth and Convert!, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Go Forth and Convert!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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... convento walls at Misión Conceptión, still stand tall 250 years later, one of the oldest original stone church buildings in the United States today.   Misión San José y Miguel de Aguayo came to be known as the "Queen of the Missions". ...

New England, North Hero, United States travel blog

New England

A travel blog entry by glenn.porter

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My return to the US of A today was uneventful, cloudy skies with a bit of rain, mostly suburban riding, very melancholy. I was sad to leave Montreal, but it is the kind of city that draws people back, so hopefully life will oblige.   By ...

Our visit to Disney!, Lake Buena Vista, United States travel blog

Our visit to Disney!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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This is a little late in being posted, but here it is anyway...out of sequence. We went to Epcot on December 20, Disney-MGM on the 21st and the kids went to The Magic Kingdom on the 22nd while I moved the trailer to the campground from the Resort. ...

Blue...Blue Bayou!, New Orleans, United States travel blog

Blue...Blue Bayou!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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Today I decided to go for a drive to find some swamps. I was tired (what else is new) so I rested a while after lunch then took off for points southwest. The map showed places with interesting names such as Bayou Blue, Houma, Bayou Grand Caillou, ...

Aaarg! Where to next?, Lafayette, United States travel blog

Aaarg! Where to next?

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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On the road again. Check out my travelling partner. I wasn't ready to leave New Orleans. It's one of those places where I found I wasn't there long enough to experience it all. Unfortunately I had to leave as I need sleep. The campground I was at was ...

Evening of Trouble & Beauty, El Paso, United States travel blog

Evening of Trouble & Beauty

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood

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Diana Washington Valdez, veteran El Paso journalist, put her life at risk years ago and never backed off the story which has killed so many: femicide in Juarez that's spreading through Mexico. She and novelist Stella Pope Duarte addressed the issue at ...

Lutheran Power, Eagle Pass, United States travel blog

Lutheran Power

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood

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Pastor Hector and Myrna sheltered us in their church's apartment several days of our Eagle Pass stay. We felt connectedness to them--a sort of congruence that comes when you feel like you're on the same page with someone. Myrna treated us to many ...

Mexico won after all!, Eagle Pass, United States travel blog

Mexico won after all!

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood

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Eagle Pass lies on the border, part of the territory that the U.S. robbed from Mexico some years back. But it is 95% Hispanic, Spanish is spoken everywhere--looks to me like Mexico has won the battle in the end by gradually and ...

Our Lady of Refuge, Eagle Pass, United States travel blog

Our Lady of Refuge

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood

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... , because hundreds of illegal immigrants a day would pour across the border, taking advantage of a loophole to get into the United States. Border patrol agent Martin Clark said it astounded him. "There were no unhappy faces ... everyone was trying to ...

Fools, clowns, madmen & wandering mystics, Columbus, United States travel blog

Fools, clowns, madmen & wandering mystics

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood

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Dinner in Columbus, NM.  A potluck with a new community there--members of The Fourth Order, an interfaith non-order of "fools, clowns, madmen, troubadours and wandering mystics" they described themselves, "inspired by the life and teachings of ...

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is Alive...., St. Augustine, United States travel blog

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas is Alive....

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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....and working in a Denny's in Daytona Beach Florida!   I took a drive north along Highways 1 and A1A today. The first part of the drive...to Daytona Beach wasn't that interesting. There were two exceptions. The first one was the biking ...

Actually crossing over the International Bridge, El Paso, United States travel blog

Actually crossing over the International Bridge

A travel blog entry by billiegreenwood

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I crossed the border sola for the first time recently. Not so many years ago, I had never walked into Mexico. This entry will simply record the experience of crossing from El Paso USA into Juarez MX. For details on each step of the ...

Going Round in Circles!, Manheim, United States travel blog

Going Round in Circles!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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When we last left off I was wishing everyone a Happy Halloween. I got my fill of chocolate from the Hershey Factory so I skipped Trick or Treating and stayed indoors to play tricks.   I got up this morning to go touring. It was a slow ...

To Infinity & Beyond!, Titusville, United States travel blog

To Infinity & Beyond!

A travel blog entry by cobra1899

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I have made it safely to the Kennedy Space Center. I have scouted out the best vantage point to view the Space Shuttle launch tomorrow afternoon. I am making this brief as I want to get up early to see the Shuttle Crawl along at 1 mile per hour towards ...

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