Travel Blogs from Elizabethtown
Today, we moved our motor home to Camp Carlson in order to warm it up, ie; thaw it out, charge the batteries, and get the heat pumps running. Most of the day was spent packing everything we need in order to live away from home for the next two months. It's amazing how much "stuff" you need! Pattie and I will sleep at the house tonight since we still have much to move to the coach tomorrow. Getting excited! We leave Saturday ...
... is going to fall apart if I choose the wrong blog." Like my plane might not take off if I get the wrong blog. So then there is all this pressure. LMAO - slight exaggeration ;)
So, now I am having a hard time deciding which blog site to use for my travels. So I am trying a couple of different sites before I decide on one. I will do a couple of posts in each so I can get a sense of how each one feels to me. So please bear with me.Also, i ...
Since this is a 32 hour overnight and I had all day today, I decided to rent a car and go exploring. No one else wanted to go so I went by myself. My first stop was President Abraham Lincoln's birthplace in Hodgenville, KY. I remember going there as a kid but I have very vague memories of it and it doesn't look anything like what I remember. Then I drove over to Knob Creek which was Abraham Lincoln's boyhood ...
... journey. When we made it to Nashville, the nine of us took a moment just off the plane to say goodbye. It was tough.
The pictures that I don't have are the ones of me crying like a little girl when I saw my family after I landed in Nashville. And that's okay. Those moments are stored in my memories better than any picture could ever ...
... I teach are mine as well, children that I will hold dear for the rest of my life.
Several students even put effort into showing me their appreciation, which meant as much as anything I've experienced this semester. Now I'm going to show you these tokens, like the proud (adopted) father I am:
Several ladies in my sophomore class made me a poster. Who knew, that in addition to keeping everything ...
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