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Time away from home: 73 days
Number of states visited: 13
Total miles: 9,778
Mileage traveled in motor home: 7,174
Miles traveled in Jeep: 2,604
Average MPG for motor home: 8.3
Gallons of diesel fuel used: 867
Lowest price per gallon of diesel: $2.35 - Baytown, Texas (Buc-ees)
Highest price ...
... whale were in the harbor, laying on the docks and posing for pictures...they were sure cute and noisy. They were in much better condition than the ones I have previously seen in San Francisco...They didn't have barnacles and/or propeller marks on them. Maggie May was fascinated by them and their "barking" the first time she saw them up close...(see a lot of pics of the seals). I guess I was fascinated too...On Sunday we ...
... people on preservation and conservation, but we feel not all animals have to be represented in zoos, especially those animals that need lots of room to run and need larger social groups, i.e., the larger cats, cheetahs, lynx, elephants, rhinos, giraffes, and even these poor reindeer.
Next we took the Skyfari gondola from the Northern Frontier to the front entrance. We enjoyed this ride and miss it at Disney.
From this stop, we could ...
... took to get started was an errant remark from me about the mouthwatering smell of fried chicken. Traveling for me has always been about meeting people and finding out why each and every one of them is unique and interesting and this was no exception. In the span of a few days our pilot will be in four different states and will have flown more than five different aircraft. He enjoys the challenge of flying into airports such as D.C. and La Guardia ...
... on visiting the old "Finestera Hotel on the top of the hill. I was excited about seeing it because years ago the cruise staff after getting all the passengers off on their tours- would go up the hill and have drinks in the "Whale Watch" bar. Took some pictures of the town. Finally found Vicky at the local Starbucks and we decided to head up the hill. The cobblestone road up the hill actually looked exactly ...