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We woke up late and enjoyed a leisurely morning here in the camper today. After a delicious breakfast of blueberry and banana pancakes we did our daily prayers and then the boys worked on their school lessons. Meanwhile, Omar took the Suburban to get its oil changed as we had logged nearly 4000 miles since the start of our trip. On the way to get the oil changed he dropped by the RV sales company next door to the RV park to do some "looking" ...
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... their own bobsled with one joystick in front to control the speed - pull back to slow, push forward to go! Lance was excited but I was a bit nervous after reading the directions on how to control the bobsled, so my mantra just prior to boarding was "pull back to slow, push forward to go" - although I really planned on pulling back more than pushing forward :) The ride wasn't as exciting as ...