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... and take care of him. (Thanks, Kiddo!) I should add that Josh's girlfriend offered for Maui to come and stay with her, but Maui doesn't see well and we thought he would be happier at home. He also mortally HATES to ride, very loudly crying something that sounds a bit like his name, the entire trip.
For that matter, the ...
Hi. I am here to let you know that Southern hospitality is a very real thing. It is not an urban legend.
Julie and I left Sunday morning for Hannah's hometown, Hayden, to meet her and Ashley. So we go to church, and I about died after I met Hannah's grandparents. She does not even know me at all, but her grandmother literally could not be happier that we are there. She askin' all about me, she's introducin' everybody to me. I'm this huge ...
... place; no road signs at all. Another place too steep to get to the bottom to see the falls. Nice drive though.
Enjoyed talking with Kala & Ron and the couple managing the other campground loop; such nice people!
Be sure to camp here if you are in the area.
Should have allowed a few more days to spend in this beautiful forest.
"Cinco" might be a bad name for a sailing blog entry. :) But the guys got to do a little celebrating today as they made it to Dacatur just as the sun started to come out.
After leaving Wilson locks earlier, they traveled Wilson Lake and then Wheeler Lake which are both either part of or maybe turn ...
As with everywhere else we've been, the country is beautiful, and the people are super nice. The highway we drove on was fast and smooth, but a bit sketchy, because while it had two lanes in each direction, separated from each other, like a freeway, it had intersections every so often, some with stop lights, some without. There have got to be some nasty accidents, because it was packed with big trucks who ...