Baymont Inn & Suites Easley/Greenville
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Europe 2015 was our longest adventure so far. We enjoyed all the places we visited and stayed and all the things we saw. We effectively met the challenges we faced along the way, but now that we are back, "there's no place like home". We were essentially on-the-go for 63 days without a true break. Granted we had some days that we crashed or just chilled, especially while at our villa in Marbella, but it still was in an unfamiliar environment where our degrees of freedom and range ...
... so is our park. The drawback is the terrain. For those of you familiar with where we live, you know there’s a low water crossing you have to cross to get to our house….and it’s steep. It’s “I can’t breathe” steep when you’re trying to walk up it. Well that’s the way the terrain is in the park. This morning Wendell asked if I wanted to walk or take the truck to the park’s ...
Sunday morning, we tried to get an early start as we had a bit of a drive. We headed east, passing Whitewater Falls and getting on SC-11 towards Greenville County. We turned onto US-276 and then headed into Asbury Hills Methodist Camp. Although privately property, the people here are nice enough to allow hikers to access their property when camp is not in session. Sandy had called in advance to get permission and the gate code. We parked near the ...
Well, it's getting close to the time I leave again for another train trip! This time, I'll start by sailing to England on the Queen Mary II however!
Never done that before. Not sure how it'll all work out. Watch this space for the details as they unfold!
... Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, and Spain.
I used keyboards in at least 11 countries and languages! By the end, I was mostly used to the Z being where the Y is and vice versa! I can't remember how many times I failed to log into hotmail until I noticed I had typed my user name email@example.com! Without a ...