Comfort Inn East
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... the groom Mickey ears.
I forgot we were going to Crater Lake until I was typing up the itinerary and saw we were going there on July 4th, and of course every single accommodation was booked, but I managed to get us an accommodation at a KOA that's maybe 40 minutes from Crater Lake.
We've bought our tent, sleeping bags, a camping table, cots,and camping chairs, that may end up staying at home, on our ...
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... heading back to the RV to pick up Harley. Harley and Brayden have become great friends, by the way.
We made it to the Clark’s and were treated to a great dinner of steak, bratwurst, smoked asparagus wrapped in bacon, cream cheese stuff jalapenos (also wrapped in bacon and smoked) and salad. Wow! What a great meal it was.
In the meantime, Harley was getting acquainted with Reagan and Roxy. Reagan was all over Harley like ...
Went to a local swimming pool in Austin, a natural spring. Nice and cold, blew the cobwebs away. A strange looking man had decided to wear a bikini in the pool looked very strange.
Jumped in the car and began our drive East to New Orleans, a huge 510 miles. Eventually arrived in Orleans 8 hours later. Checked into out hostel, Bourbon Hostel. On the outskirts of Orleans, we got ...
... them one cowboy rolls off his horse and onto the steer's shoulder, grabbing it by the horns and wrenching it off it's feet and onto the ground in the shortest time possible. Sounds (and looked) a bit violent and dangerous but the cowboys all seemed to know what they were doing and avoided injury.
Bull riding was as it sounds - wild bulls being ridden single-handedly (literally) by a cowboy without a saddle - madness indeed! They call it "the longest ...