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... dear what happened to those active explorers?? We are saving all our energy for spring time in Vancouver, we are both looking forward to getting home to our favourite city of all! Needless to say we are REALLY looking forward to seeing all our family & friends - so be ready with lots of hugs everyone!! We have travelled many, many kilometres, seen lots of wonderful places, but as Dorothy says - There's no place like HOME!!!
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One balloon lowered to the water, but then seemed to have some issues getting itself away from the shore and back up into the air.
... chair), then bid them goodnight. Sunday morning was a late start for all of us. The ladies drank coffee while I puttered around the campsite packing up and hitching up. We found a small restaurant for lunch, then said our goodbyes and headed home. We pulled into our drive at three o'clock, and quickly unloaded the trailer. Another great weekend getaway! ...
... a week ago, left our tony little town for Southwestern Deserts unknown. It had been months, MONTHS, since we had travelled and the 20 foot RV that lived in the driveway was beckoning us. In fact, I think the RV would have left on her own if we hadn’t acquiesced. But we did give in and off we went. First to our local gem, Pinnacles National Park (one of the newest National Parks), and what a gem indeed. The weather, which we expected to be in the mid ...
... had grown so much that we felt dehydrated. We went straight back to the car and the hotel to get some drink.
It is a very pretty place around here but its just too hot - we are talking about 42/43 degrees!!
Our plans are maybe to lazy in the pool, do some washing and chill out - Nothing too exciting really.
The weather is meant to be turning bad over the next couple of days due to hurricane Odile so fingers crossed we don't get flooded out in Phoenix.