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... Nemo and then the Sound Of Music. We were originally going to do Snow White and the seven dwarves, but quickly became the Von Trapps instead. The costumes were fun and the only guy of the group was a hilarious 6 foot Gretel. I've been looking into post camp travels, I have already done Boston and I think I will just do New York before I leave. I was a silly billy and hadn't booked anything post camp, as they say to wait until you get to Camp to make your plans with ...
... programs and dog sled demonstrations. Optional add-on flightseeing tours may be offered during your stay at the lodge (weather and space-dependent). Overnight at Kantishna Roadhouse. (B,L,D) Day 7: Following an early breakfast, embark on a return Denali scenic drive and watch for wildlife en route to the park entrance. Bid farewell to your Trip Leader and board the historic Alaska Railroad for your comfortable return journey ...
... we've reached the digital age, I enjoy sharing my travel experiences with friends and family in real time. This blog is written with the humor and past experiences of close family in mind...but ultimately is for my own memory and pleasure. Please don't judge too harshly! ;) Sit back, relax and we hope you enjoy our trip just a fraction as much as we will!
Packing was thorough and time consuming! Food (to avoid ...
... It is not an understatement to say that in my case it saved my life.
The DF-BWCC pathologists obtained the biopsy and surgical slides, and they did what they do when asked to consult. They carefully re-examined everything, as if it were a first look. My diagnosis changed. We learned that I have a different kind of cancer than we had first been told. It is called Uterine Papillary Serous Carcinoma. It is a particularly aggressive type of ...
... Farms over a few muddy cow paths, up and down hills hoping we will make back over these roads. We reached our destination and learned about Vermont's 5th season - mud season. We were treated to samples of maple syrups and Vermont cheeses. We also learned about the maple syrup process. The trees have a window of about 5-7 weeks during which they can be tapped and sapped. Just our luck we are here during sap season. We can see the tin pales hanging from some of the trees and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility