Botel Fire Island Pines
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... with the a familiar aroma.
We finally made it to the RV rental spot at 11:30 and took a long and informative lesson on how to work our new home. We finally got everything packed and headed on the road. The first turn we took, the cabinets opened and items were failing out. After us laughing hysterically we then repacked the rv and our adventure started. ...
... other 14 riders that we shared a week with became family as they had on our previous three VBT adventures. Everyone looks out for one another, and are always asking if everything is okay if they see you pulled over to the side of the road. We were pretty good on this trip, and perhaps got lost once, or twice. There were others that seemed like they were constantly lost.
The best part of the trip was the spectacular scenery. We'd ...
... concentrated on people.
I conclude by saying that this was truly a "trip of a lifetime" and barring any complaints, Pacific Delight did an excellent job. It was also my pleasure to create this blog and keep you up to date of on our daily activities. Some nights when we returned to our hotel, I could hardly keep my eyes open, but based on your comments I'm so glad I found the energy to write what amounted to a 12,000 word ...
... the miracle of antibiotics. People then lived with death far more frequently then we do in the modern age. Perhaps that is why there is such a fear of death in today's world. We want total safety from all dangers, natural or man made, and scream at our governments, our leaders and each other when we don't have it. But total safety is an illusion. If we are to live a full life, we must come to grips with death. It is the final reality.
... came our way did not last for long as it was quickly blown away by the ever changing conditions. We might have a quick five minute sprinkle on and off, but out of our 21 days in Holland and Belgium, I believe that only two, possibly three days had heavy rain for more than an hour or two. The main segment of our biking tour took place while we were living on the barge. On the upper deck was a dining area, as well as sitting area. The staff were extremely friendly, and ...