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... of the DNR comes through and finds one unattended! They have pictures at the laundromat of a black bear looking into the back of one of the camper's pickup on July 4th and also of a cooler that had been tore apart and strewn all over. Canned goods inside were clawed open. I will make sure to store my grill after grilling steaks tonight that we bought at the commissary soon after our arrival.
Sunday, August 2, ...
... Westland national park. But its uniqueness lies not half in its siting. The
case is that it goes down directly to tropical flora, phenomenon which is never
to be seen anywhere on Earth. You can check it out while walking on the
ice-cap, having helicopter flight or go in for skydiving.
Surf in Raglan
Raglan is a
small town in North Island, 150 km from Auckland. It’s widely regarded as the
paradise for surfers, and ...
Monday, August 11th – Drive to Anchorage – Day 35 of Caravan
Once again, our 242 mile travel day began with cloudy skies and light rain, but we don't mind as it keeps the dust down and doesn’t interfere with any activities planned.
Highway 3 South to Anchorage took us to the south side of Mt. McKinley but the rain clouds blocked viewing 2/3’s of the top. After a stop for lunch ...
... 8.6 miles to the US gallon). The total cost came to A$1267 or $253 per day, but it allowed us the freedom to not have to plan accommodation in advance, and to stay in camping grounds that cost between $12 and $24 per night.
The presentation was a bit like the disclaimers and side effect statements seen on medication ads on US television - a list of disaster scenarios. A lot of it concerned the relative size and overhangs compared with the average US vehicle, a lot ...
Now that we are in the daily routine of 'normal' life, we are pretty much in our home office everyday. It's been close to a year since we were in the USVI. Other than a quick trip to Vegas and Mexico, we've been pretty good about staying put. So we figured we deserved a bit of a getaway.
We thought about some warm destinations like Cabo but then we found an affordable cruise up to Alaska. It's been on our bucket list so we started digging into it. I ...