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Departure day has finally arrived! Tomorrow I will begin the journey of a lifetime with the Peace Corps and I could not be more excited. I want to again thank all my friends and family who have supported me throughout this process because I truly could not have done it without you! My first stop will be in Philadelphia for staging before moving on to Cameroon. I am still unsure of ...
... was apparently an original 1960s motel and to be fair the decor in the rooms had probably seen better days. Each of the rooms had a giant old school CRT TV, and for reasons unknown there was a statue of the Chipmunks outside (Alvin, Simon and Theodore). After a rest we headed towards our first crazy golf course of the holiday, 'Castle Golf'. This was really good fun. Eighteen holes of castle related shena****ns. We all scored a hole in one ...
... me, of course I had to make a wish and blow the candles out, can't tell you what it was otherwise it won't come true. All to soon it was time to leave, but we decided to stop for a nightcap in Hennesys for one last drink. The barmaid saw my birthday badge and gave me my drink on the house, result or what. As we had a long ride the next day decided to have just the one drink and then head home. Miles rode today: ...
After leaving Anchorage with $700 worth of groceries and supplies, we headed to Denali. This is the highlight of any trip to Alaska. We really hope Denali is visible, but chances are usually slim that the sky will be clear. We are staying for 3 nights at the Savage River Campground. Since the sun really never sets, we have plenty of daylight to ...
... wine and more wine in Chile and Argentina. Malbecs baby!
Looking back - this was a great trip with wonderful memories - although at times it was a bit frustrating and tedious ... but as I always say ' ITS ALL PART OF THE ADVENTURE'.
Preparing for the next trip - Stay tuned - and remember - its not the destination - its the journey...and oh yeah the companionship. From Denise and Glenn the 3B's - Baby Boomer Beatniks.