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August 4 - by Madison
Today we drove to Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. On the way we stopped at Booker T. Washington National Monument. I learned that Booker was a colored person who was very smart. He was born a slave, and when he was 9 the Civil War ended so he wasn't a slave anymore. He wanted an education, so he taught himself how to read and write. When he ...
... a peculiar sensation of being hot and cold at the same
time. Finally, after a long climb, we made it to the top. I ate my
lunch here and we took some photos on Moore's Knob and from the lookout
tower, then finished up the loop. After the lookout tower, the trail
follows the ridgeline for a while with more interesting rock formations
along the way, then descends down. After ...
... 1086; насто 83;ько "насто 103;щее" и при этом насто 83;ько хариз 84;атичн& #1086;е практ 80;чески ...
... of the RV. I believe that this is a sign from God that we are destined to have a motorized RV and use our Mohave Mist CRV as our toad!
I previously described boondocking. What I learned after two days of it was that you can fairly rapidly run out of water and fill up your grey water holding tank. Frankly, we used the campsite restrooms for many of our black water needs, so the black water holding tank did not fill ...
... out. Normally I like to know where I am going and what I will be doing (within a range of comfort) and I also like to leave a range of options that I will choose on the spot.
This trip was a test to that travel style - what I want versus what I am comfortable with.
What I want is to see and do everything that I can - what makes me comfortable is knowing what will happen and where I ...