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Travel Blogs from Galloway
In the living room drinking Shiner Bock, visiting with Gwen and Russell, looking at Honeymoon pics on the iPad, in electronic hell backing things up before the trip. We leave in two days on Monday morning bound for Shenandoah National Park, our first stop along our 34 day road trip. We still have much packing to do, and ...
... was given some weeks later.
On Long Island Beach, there is one main North-South road. In the height of "season" the traffic is very heavy from early in the day 'til late. It wasn't bad today. All the stores are having end of season sales.
We move down to Maryland tomorrow. See you there!!
And the adventure continues,
... stop we went to was the Signer's Walk. The Signer's Walk was the Founding Fathers Walk of Fame. These plaques commemorate the 56 members of the Continental Congress who risked there lives, reputations and fortunes by signing the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and 1777. The next stop was the Liberty Bell. The liberty bell is the quintessential icon of American freedom. When the Liberty bell cracked the 2nd time the bell hasn't rung ever since. The next stop ...
... from Starbucks. They can't make good coffee here. Finished off the day with some street food for dinner, eaten in bed :-)
One thing I have really noticed is that everyone is really helpful and polite. Sorry folks at home, but Aussies could really learn some manners from our American neighbours.
Anyway I'm knackered from walking all day, so checking out!
So, hey y'all. It's me, Dan.
Had an awesome weekend at the lake, but now it's back to reality for everyone else and for us, onto the second part of our road trip.
First stop, Flight 93 National Memorial. This is the site where the United Flight 93 plane crashed on September 11. It's quite eerie here as it's kind of in the middle of nowhere, but they have done ...