Cobblestone Inn and Suites
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Have been busy with family so missed a blog. Drove from Guttenberg to Clintonville via Lacrosse on Friday. La Crosse is on the Mississippi and is a very beautiful town. went to Grandad Bluff where we overlooked the town and river. Lovely drive from there to our relatives. Used the highways to get there.This was a different experience but still gave us great views across farm land. Wes was ...
Gosh I love summers!!! And this summer has been jam packed with a lot of fun adventures....and there is still so much more to come! So far, a 1/2 Marathon in Moab, Keller's birthday, and Country Jam. Then most recently, we had Keller's good friend, Sarosh, visit from Texas for a long weekend. He hadn't been in Colorado long when we were off to Glenwood Springs for ziplining, a high ropes course adventure, and to hike the ...
... off work, being away for their young kids or the $$$ to be able to do this multiple times? Not us for sure.
If your interested, our entire trip itinerary is in an entirely different entry in this travel blog if you want to take a look along with our gear list which we agonized over for weeks. The issue isn't the weight or number of suitcases to get over and back from Africa, the issue is within Tanzania. If you choose ...
... I would pay someone to do it. I'm also worried I won't pack the right stuff. Do I pack that extra shirt? Leave it out? What should go in my carry on?
And shoes. That's its own packing dilemma. It deserves a separate category. Athletic sandals for strolling? Tennies for more athletic activities? Flip flops for the beach and walking around the hotel rooms? A closed clog for when it rains? A nicer pair of heels for nicer dinners out? All of ...
... owned by the Kuna tribe. Owned as in even the Panamanian government can't tell them what to do. Owned as in the islands are named after people in the tribe. One is named Robinson's Island for Robinson. Frank has an island named "Frank's Island." Electricity is scarce on most of them or doesn't exist at all. If electricity doesn't exist, there sure isn't wi-fi or a way to book a stay on one of these places. Some of the Kuna communicate ...