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... where to begin looking for a Pith helmet and this sedge hat (pictured) that I would totally
wear everyday of my life (if Jodie would let me)! So...the bucket hat is what I chose for head protection because it was very lightweight, had lots of cooling ventilation, was light colored to reflect the waves away instead of absorbing them and seemed that because of the material would dry rather quickly after a quick thunderstorm or water ride also helping the cooling effect.
... slightly steep ravine. Well, that road DID in fact crumble and the bike went over the side and my dad rolled down the hill. I was still at the top of the ravine holding up this motorcycle because I was so afraid of it falling on me and getting burned by the tailpipes. I'm guessing I saved my dad from that fate too. 3. When I was 21 I went to Ohio to visit my dad and he had his pilots license and wanted to take me for a ride. I was ...
... br> leaves were as near full color as one could hope and the Skyline
Drive was as beautiful as always. The Blue Ridge through this section
was new to us and proved most rewarding! North of Roanoke, the
Parkway follows a ridge so narrow that while looking out over the
tree tops at the farms below, it felt like we were flying!
ride from Roanoke to Fancy Gap settles in to more rolling farms.
North of Roanoke up ...
... 2nd laptop and my carry-on. I barely made the flight; everyone had already boarded but about 3 of us from the 1st flight. This time though they took my wheeled carry-on as there was no room on the plane. They told me I’d get it in D.C.
We got to Charlotte and again I had 30 minutes total and gates were totally on opposite ends of the airport. I again made the flight as they were ...
... where we would have entered the first road would have intersected with the one we were now driving on, we noticed a rather old, rickety bridge only wide enough for one car. We would not have gone over that bridge even if the road had been open. Luckily it was not and the bridge had also been closed off from this side.
From the hotel we had found a batch of geocaches that we went searching for. The park has a number of (short) hiking trails and the caches are spread out ...