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... of legends. A water feature at the base of a Riad courtyard serves two purposes. He made his CFL debut on Nov. The village is divided into 4 equal parts by 4 streams that join towards the lower part of the village. State law enforcement was stll in its infancy, however, and his proclamation was ignored. After the war ended paper honeycomb was used primarily as a structural material in the reconstruction of Europe. Thursday date for the holiday beginning in 1942. Damian ...
We moved the hour here from Pleasanton after stopping at Les Schwab Tires in Livermore to have 3 of our4 new shocks put on the front of the motorhome. While installing the new shocks, the mechanic determined that we have a front airbag that is badly worn, and probably in danger of failing soon. So, once we got to the park (which, unfortunately only has 30 Amp power, so there was NO cooling ...
... for crackers and Capt. Bob brought a huge bag of crackers that we scattered around us. It was a huge feeding frenzy of fish all around us! Once the crackers were gone and the fish had calmed down, it was time to head back and catch our cruise ship and all I can say is if you are in St. Maarten, you really need to catch this tour! Also, once I'm back to unlimited internet access, I'll post videos of both the turtles and the feeding frenzy of ...
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This is a huge adventure for me because I've never traveled so far. I've only been outside the United States once. I was in Vancouver for 6 hours. Does that count as an international adventure?
I guess I should get going on my expedition now. I'm am all finished packing and everything fits! I even have a pretty yellow bow to identify my luggage. Prayers and comments are always welcome! I'll see you in December!
... can’t read maps worth ****!!!) A seven hour trip but glad we did it. Many, many twisty roads, lots of switchbacks and hills, climbing over 6000 feet. Yosemite is actually in a valley with mountains all around. Very picturesque. It’s a little village complete with medical/dental services, a grocery store and couple of beautiful old lodges and camping (but not forMH’s). Lots of trails for people to walk and bike on. We were surprised at the number of ...