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... vent. This is also our first winter trip, never having experienced freezing temperatures. 15 degrees this morning! We awakened to frozen water hose but within an hour Larry had it thawed and we were on the road by 9:30 a.m. We are heading to Mammoth Cave National Park, the first of six National Parks that we plan to visit on this trip. Our reservation is at noon today to tour the Frozen Niagara ...
Woo hoo! After recovering from our lovely wedding and the holiday season we are just 12 hours away from take off for our Thai honeymoon. Our bags are packed, the house is clean, and we've said our goodbyes. Nothing else to do other than start our travel blog and get some sleep. You won't be surprised that we've prioritized the last two items differently. Peter is sound asleep and I'm convinced that staying ...
... clueless of where I am and where I need to go, trying to stay focus on the road by keeping up with traffic at 90 miles an hour. The crying turns into screaming and all we need to go is 20 miles. The 20 miles felt like it took two days but we pull into an Ihop just before Knoxville. We find out that Kylee's problem was the worst diaper explosion you can imagine on the road. I get to take care of it because my ...
... the g-force
feeling brought nothing but excitement.
Turning the trim wheel while evening out the rudder made it a
cinch. Yes, I am even using the lingo,
here! When I was able to repeat the same
maneuver in the opposite direction, it was thrilling.
I must have seemed
ready for more, because Sean asked me if I was ready to try another maneuver.
“Have you ever heard of ...
... were given only a thin blanket. In addition to pants, shoes, socks, and a shirt, they also were given a hat, jacket, and sweater. Each person was given a “honey bucket” for human waste and it was emptied once a day. With very little ventilation, a state employee would use canaries to check on the level of methane gas in the prison. If the canary died, the men were in danger. The prisoners in solitary did not even have the “honey bucket,” ...