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1230am about 5600 our mileage reads... So about 200 miles in about three hours. Not too bad, with one potty stop for Kody and the Bus Driver grabbed a snack and looked at the map. Sorry, I tried to get a pic... Too dark and too fast, even at 55 to capture the New York welcome sign. 115am at our stop for the night... Cracker Barrel 350 in Fish Kill, ...
... need for coffee is all the justification I need, I just don't like that it's more than a dollar.) I find myself not enjoying American food as much as I used to. It's so heavy and makes me feel sluggish. I miss the Thai food the most; all of the different curries and soups, rice dishes and flavorful meats. I miss being able to walk outside when I got hungry, finding a street vendor and spending 50 cents for food on a stick. ...
... col commander of the western military, he received the unanimous thanks of congress,for his efficient services,was a friend and confidante of George Washington and for many years surveyor General of Pennyslvannia".
I left an Australian one dollar coin in the grave, just a way to say that some many years later, one of his desecndants have paid their respects.
He was recognised for bravery by George Washington, when leading ...
... is a large and
vibrant growing church which seems to do a lot of community outreach,
the music was our style and it was a beautiful baptism service. Very
Then to a Laundromat, the first one we
have used. It's always been at a camping ground or at someone's house
if we are staying with people. It was a small one and the ladies
running it were super friendly, greeting the regulars by ...
... Vietnamese and Filipino. I can't even try to count how many friends I made. As a solo traveler, many people were worried that I would be alone for most of it. Honestly, I was rarely alone. There were only a few instances when I was completely by myself (mainly on my motorcycle) and it was extremely freeing. If anyone reading this is on the fence about doing anything like this, I ...