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... this is the part of train travel that is very similar to air travel. When they want you up and awake, they are adamant. Loud announcements and other noises at 6:30 AM. Just when you think this is a private hotel room on rails, you are quickly reminded that you are on a schedule and at the mercy of the same. It still beats the no legroom, rude attendants, security headaches, and hidden charges of flying. We spent the night at The Palmer House Hilton before flying home on ...
... Made reservations for stops along the way.
3,000 miles, hopefully, with stops in Anchorage (born there) and other US and Canadian locals.
Beard is 5 days in. Pictures to begin flowing in the next couple of days.
So, just a brief pre launch update. I will be spending more time with Nathan (the chef) without whom this trip would ...
... with each other and friends, we still couldn't figure out what we did wrong. Now, reading other reviews here and elsewhere, at least I realize it wasn't our fault, the owner is simply crazy and does things like this often.
If there was any way to stay here but avoid the owner completely then it would be a 3.5 star location, but since there's no way to know what could set him off and get you kicked out, I'd avoid this place at all ...
This morning starts the 3 day pilgrimage home. We only have three more planned stops along the way. We awoke and hit the road by 6 am. The drive was not bad for the first part of our day. We passed through the Vail Pass and the Straight Pass, both of which were grades up to 11%. Driving by Vail we saw the numerous ski slopes both off to our right and left. As we were driving there was apparently some biking event going ...
... and spent a day in the Denver Museum of Natural History and Science. There were many other sites to see but our house sit ended and we traveled on to Lake Tahoe for R&R.
Our summer of travel will come to a close in mid-October. We'll be ending a house-sit in San Raphael, California. From there it's south to Palm Springs, California, where we will spend the winter in our small mobile home in Ramon Park amidst the company of other snowbirds.
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