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... River which the party had descended in 1805. This shortcut is now called The Forgotten
Trail but I went looking by heading north of Touchet WA on a back country
road. I found a heritage marker where
the Corps camped on April 30, 1806.
They then followed the Touchet River to what is now the town of
Waitsburg and I stopped at Lewis and Clark Trail State Park ...
... means we were part of a group pf 24 who traveled by bus together and stayed in the same hotel together all of which was pre-arranged by Rick Steves' Travel Company. It also defined our timeline as we spent two nights in each destination which translated into a day and a half for sightseeing per location. What we did with that time was up to us.
For most of the smaller layovers such as Varenna on Lake Como, the Cinque Terre, or the village ...
... the Amsterdam airport where they required all cords to be out for inspection. Doug and I had to fumble through our suitcases looking for these things all the while holding up the line and making the security agent a bit testy. The best that I can figure is each airport has its own tweak on the standard security rules, and it's better to go along with them than to argue. Lesson learned!
Ready, set, pack!
In response to yesterday's post about packing, several people asked if I was a roller or a folder. The quick answer is: roller. But there is never a quick answer with me! If we're talking tents as in camping, I learned the first day of my Big Ride Across America that neither rolling or folding was an efficient way to return a nylon tent to its original stuff sack, especially when it's wet. After that first rainy night I became a born-again stuffer and ...
... have missed. I also like how it posts a map of my trip. Pretty cool, huh? And it allows comments from you, the reader, which I really like. And apparently it allows you to "like" the page provided you are on Facebook. Finally, a plus for me is that I can order a hard copy of all my entries at the end of my trip to serve as a permanent journal. I did that with Facebook, and I LOVED it.
On the negative side, ...