Botel Fire Island Pines
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Dear Friends and Family,
Before I jump into this years cross country RV blog I felt it was important to share some news that happened in our lives last month. .....
It with a heavy heart that I must announce the passing of Dottie. For those of you new to the blog, Dottie was our beloved 1998 Holiday Rambler Endeavor. She was an old girl who saw us through some of the best times of our lives. We asked a lot of ...
... the buffet breakfast was sparse. While all other hotels provided linen napkins, the Green Lotus could only muster up tiny paper napkins. I provide this only as means of comparison.
We flew almost 20,000 miles on 7 different flights. 5 were internal. All flights were on a variety of Chinese airlines. Security was intense at each airport. When you thought you had passed the final security check, there was always ...
... loading in and out. I had to get it up during a truck swap, and raise it high enough to allow a forklift to load under it, than it had to come off first to allow for loading out.
Obviously with short tempers and crunch time hammering down on us, it did not allow for a very pleasant load out. Hopefully our next venue will be less stressful. Heck, it’s Virginia Beach, time to enjoy it.
... traditional programs and includes ample independent time.
The tour includes walking up to two miles per day on city streets and forest paths. Rafting on the Savegre River, swimming and snorkeling on the Pacific Coast. We will also experience the incredible biodiversity at Manuel Antonio National Park, in a private cloud forest reserve and in the Pacific rain forest.
I believe that there are 14 people in our group. From the Road Scholar discussion board ...
So, at some point along this journey we decided to do it. We were going to take advantage of Evelyn's generosity and take our first trip to Europe as a family. Now, we had some miles that had been building over the years, but nothing outrageous, maybe 250,000 or so, enough for coach. Rob, of course, wants to handle the flights. Sounds good to me... I come home for lunch one Friday ...