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Well we finally arrived home today!! After 65 days we logged 9,217.7 miles, 201.2 hours driving. 7 states, Alaska and 6 in the lower 48, In Canada, 4 provinces and 1 territory. Wow what a journey, many unforgettable sights and new friends made!! But there's no place like home & family. Upon our arrival had a visit from lots of the grand kids and even an uninvited guest, a skunk in our garage, we do live in the woods!! He did depart after a few hours. Well that's about it, THE ...
... them again in the same pose dressed in their show costumes.
We had talked with her a few weeks ago about posing for our
own double-take and she excitedly said she’d love to do that. She took photos
of John getting into make-up and transforming into J.P. then but we ran out of
time to do the portraits. We finally had a chance to do them today and I’m
really excited about how they turned out. We stood in the doorway to the ...
... 40 years because of their injuries. Other birds are outfitted with tail wings from deceased birds. Amazing that they super glue tail feathers on birds that have lost their feathers. It's not as simple as that but that's the gist of it and called imping. One magnificent bird was the Bateleur Eagle from Africa. What a wonderful facility! Our final night here we celebrated our 19 th wedding anniversary. We had a wonderful meal at 12 West in ...
... evidently found the song on his cell phone and put it up to the mike. John talked with him after the serenade and he said he was a Mick Jagger fan as well. Humor on the River!
When we arrived at our anchorage, Avanti was there to meet us. We are currently holding steady with a stern anchor to help out. We will be departing early in the morning in hopes of making another 90 miles, so early to bed and early to rise. ...
... to take a long break every 5 - 10 miles. We had to drink copious amounts of liquids to stay hydrated. Towards midday, we were both feeling sick and dizzy and were worried of having bigger sun-related issues. In any case, we made it. And we're alive. So that's cool. Our plan is now to pack in as many miles as early as possible and take a 3-5 hour siesta during the hottest hours of the day, and put more miles in ...