Crown Pointe Lodge
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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 ...
... with her other
circus photos) for sale.
The show was sponsored by the local fire department and they
did a magnificent job of advertising it around town. The people who showed up
for both shows were so happy and enthusiastic about us returning to their town.
A family who was first in my line at the gate said they always come early to
make sure they’re first in line so that they can get front and center ringside
Thanks to Chris and Larry we are guests in their family campground. Larry and Pete are childhood friends and even went off to college together. Marvin and Ethelin are the patriarch and matriarch to a family of 6 sons. They now all have families that enjoy this compound. The family built the lake, campsites, cabins, beach pavilion, volley ball court, and marina. It is amazing. They excavated the 100 acre 1 mile long lake. Well that is the ...
... Coast, Canada, Great Lakes and now down the Mississippi River. While we are very proud of the fact that we have navigated more than 50 locks, we felt somewhat inadequate when they told us they have locked through more than 3000 with their travels on the rivers of Europe!
Last night we dined with our new acquaintances at the Blue Owl Restaurant in Kimmswick where there was an "ugliest witches" contest being held ...
... 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 ...