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Travel Blogs from Dover
It's a rainy, cold winter day. We decide to chill out at brother Mark’s house. Satiated with lots of cold beer, Mark provides me with his favorite "Kenny Chesney" hat and guitar. I entertain... mostly myself. ...
... at the Rotary Club’s breakfast meeting this morning at 7:00a (we can never say no to a free breakfast offering!). When we got there with Bob, the appearance of a clown to their meeting gave everyone a hearty laugh, especially the two guest ministers who were delivering an address to the club…hahaha. The one minister said this was the first time he’s ever been interrupted by a circus clown. Thankfully he was laughing while saying it. ...
... and the pilot made the decision he made regardless of the inconvenience to all of us. The latest is that they have 3 more flights going out tomorrow night to Germany and they have us all checked in for one of those so the adventure continues. We have met some really neat people and everyone is talking and cutting up like one big happy family. Hot wings and potato skins make the day ...
Finally the Fog lifted and we're coming into Cape May, where we will Fuel up ( burned 3/4 tank ), we'll Tie up to a Transient Dock for the evening, go ashore and get a good meal < according to Beth, even though I could cook us a good meal on the ...
... January 2012, I began praying quite regularly about the trip, and in September, made the decision to go. This trip is a mile-marker in my life. In the Old Testament, the children of Israel set up altars to remind them of what God had done in their lives. In my case, I'm taking this pilgrimage as a personal enrichment trip and mile-marker for my 25th birthday, which I celebrated in October. ...
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