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As a family tradition we always stop at the Mississippi Welcome Center for a break.
Jesse and Penelope got to check out the grass area and picnic tables.
Gabriel got to learn how to hookup the RV to the sewer system and clean out the poop.
Zahra and Gabriel tried to convince us to let them drive the RV. NOT!! Get in the Back!
... the genuinely nice people. Not to come as a surprise I enjoyed the outdoor adventures the most. The bike rides, rice boats, my day as an elephant trainer, the cuddly tigers, the hair raising white water rafting and the snorkeling. It was really a wonderful trip. We all had an outstanding time. Next trip....... No planes, no trains, no taxis and no speed boats! There will be clean water, English and NO haggling! Until our next adventure! Heather Sent from my ...
Well it's time to go!!! Japan, here we come. This should be a great trip and I'm excited that we will be seeing some different things from last year. Well, we are wheels up on our way to Denver. As usual, I'm sitting by a nut. The isle seat is open and he won't move over to give us both more room... What in the world is wrong with people? He said he "likes the middle seat!" Are you insane dude? MOVE ...
... I to backpack! And of course some sort of spark! (: so I'm excited I really want to buy myself a baby piglet to love and cuddled and care for I hear they are so smart! I will have my a baby do school and party mucho and my life will be satisfied in all areas because really? I'm young. After I am done traveling I'll Move into Nancy's or my own place. Travel until Nanny passes? Or better travel for fifteen years and then settle then move in or whatever. It's pretty money either way! ...
... the woman at the park office, but hasn’t been re-done. We elected to go out to the incoming road, adjacent to the Gulf. This is current under construction, as I said, but offered great views of the water. Not too many tall, montain-type landmarks down here! We could see the water tower in St. Louis, but nothing near enough or tall enough to use for judging where one had wandered. Of course, the smartphone did the job, or would do so if ...