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Travel Blogs from Crete
... road so I capitulated and hopped on the Interstate, I80. They have a very generous 80 MPH speed limit but seriously you gotta do 95+ to stay competitive or you'll get run over by grandma's in mini vans. Even in construction sites, of which thankfully there were few, the speed limit is 65 MPH.
Interstates have few pro's;
- There are a lot of gas stations, restaurants, attractions, etc
- You get where you ...
... we traveled from Maine to Florida with stops in between. We blew out tires, lost an awning, and our brakes. We ran from several hurricanes and were fortunate not to run into any. We met some super people, saw some awesome places and didn't kill each other. We upgraded to a Fleetwood Pace Arrow, 36' with three slides and continued our travels until October of 2005, when we came back to New Hampshire.
... who died as soldiers in WWII and Vietnam and Afghanistan. And the words of John F. Kennedy adorn this memorial, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country". I was moved by this place and thought, if I lived nearby, I would love to volunteer my time to such a worthy cause.
We then headed south to Lincoln, the capitol of Nebraska, and before finding our hotel, we took a side trip to see the capitol building, which ...
The past couple of days have been a break from vacation as we've been helping out with the Georgia All State show "In the Heights." One of our upcoming seniors was in the show. We were asked to help out with the set. We spent a week last summer building the set, several weekends throughout the year helping with finishing touches and set assembly & dis-assembly, and for rehearsals and ...
... s not much to see in the land, but they have a nice "heritage center" (not sure why it isn't just called a visitor center, but, I guess it doesn't really matter). They have displays explaining the process of homesteading, the equipment used on the farms "back in the day," and pictures & stories from various homesteaders. We particularly enjoyed the story of the last homesteader who got his land in Alaska in 1978. He cultivated it for the required 5 years, but ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed