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We left about 9 am when it was only about 10 degrees, but sunny and our heated gear worked great. The only problem with heated gear is that it makes your clothes really bulky. The creepy, cross bearing manger of the motel told us a route to go to bypass the toll. We don't mind paying tolls, it's just painful to go through tolls because you have to …
... See the vote here and thank or “spank” your Representative accordingly. (“Aye” was the pro-gun vote.) Kudos to you for your hard work and astounding victory! But also, kudos to House conservatives, who stood up to Obama and his media minions, and to John Boehner, who to paraphrase Winston Churchill, did the right thing after all other options were exhausted. Finally, we should give kudos to Senators Mike Lee ...
... get more aware of my consuming ways so I emailed and said I would get the train and meet Lesley in Freeport with whoever else wanted to hitch a ride. I got a shuttle from my hotel with a nice elderly couple who asked me where i was going, i said the common ground fair& they exclaimed it would be wonderful and I had the best day ever ahead of me. I thanked them and asked them enthusiastically where they were going for the day. They replied they ...
... but BE, just be. Two weeks ago when I was suppose to leave originally...I wasn't ready to go. After these past two weeks, I can now truly say, I am. It was a blessing in disguise to have to wait. Everything works out somehow. It really does.
Right now though, it is very much a whirlwind, and this blade of grass ...
... hour nap in a Massachusetts rest stop. Glad to be home.
Drove 10791 miles, of that, 7806 miles was with the camper attached.
Used 956 gallons of gas and average overall mpg was 11.29 miles per gallon.
Drove for 262 hours.
Caught 25 salmon. LOL
Gone for 103 days.
Traveled through 27 states.