Lakeland Camping Resort
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... make the most of my trip by talking to fellow travelers. And I'm also not much of an outdoorsy girl, so with camping and hiking plans in the mix, this really will push me out of my comfort zone. So, there's some grand planning ahead of me, money to save up, and a car to tune up and in July, off I'll go! If there are any suggestions, pieces of advice, or not-to-be-missed recommendations, lemme have ...
OMG! Soooo, I proceed to tell her that I pretty much am going to miss my connection so what are my options into Chicago or Milwaukee? She finds me a seat on a connection into Milwaukee that leaves Atlanta at 7pm. Okay, so I’m thinking I just have to get to Atlanta by 6:30. I do the math, with the time change I need to depart San Antonio by 3:30 to get to Atlanta by then. The current time was somewhere between 11 and ...
... We went straight to the hotel – econolodge, got our rooms, unpacked, used internet, got ready for the
next day, then back on the coach and we went off to dinner. Dinner was at the old country buffet. It was ok, nothing special. We then got back on the coach and did a tour of downtown, we saw the capital building and back to the hotel. I went to a room party, had a few drinks, played uno, used the internet and went to bed.
... laid out.
Started to let the pups move around some today while we were driving. On day one they stayed belted into their harnesses in the seat belts, but today we let them move about some. Buddy decided he wanted to be the co-pilot for a while, usurping Sara's spot in the navigator's seat!
We changed time zones today about 2:30, moving back to Central Time. As we hit Chicago the temps had gone up to about 84 degrees as we began to ...
... it about Ohio and the clouds?
We are heading West on I90 all the way to Wyoming. This is the same route we took when we went to Alaska last year. We went to Alaska in July, and even though you would think we are seeing the same things again, there are differences. For instance, there is construction where there wasn't any last year, especially around Chicago. And instead of seeing corn fields growing (or not ...