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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 ...
... so that it framed us and when we posed for the photos of us in our show
costumes, it was in between shows and with a crowd already at the gates. I felt
a bit like a celebrity because once we got into position, a number of people
pulled their cameras out to take photos also…haha. Once she edits the photos
and we sign her release form, she’ll be posting them on her Mudshow Diaries
Facebook page and will probably submit them to ...
... Larry brought one of his Long Shadows wine, Feather, to drink. Such amazing wines!! And he was given a whole box of Long Shadow wines as a gift...lucky guy! But he saved them to share with us! That is friendship! They are the greatest!! We always have so much fun and many adventures With the Drury's. And we are looking forward to another trip in August and September to the Badlands, Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Idaho, Walla Walla wine country and ...
... hoped they weren't doing the Loop! This was the "2nd annual Ugliest Witches Night" in Kimmswick and it looked like a rousing success.
Today we got away from the dock with gusting winds that followed us 60 miles downriver. On the way we passed quite a few tow boats. After communicating with one of them about passing, we heard the Rolling Stones classic, Satisfaction playing over the VHF radio. The tow boat ...
... 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 ...