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Travel Blogs from Hammonton
... drop Polly off with Steve and Rita. We'll see how he fares in another cat household. Will hopefully be able to update this along the way periodically, but I certainly want to limit the amount of interference electronics have on our road trip. I'm thinking I'll just write in a tangible journal and update later when we get ...
... on being the leader, but we eventually talked him into settling with the "middle" spot, which of course is the most important. ;)
The trail was well marked and there were signs along the way in key areas letting us know of various other routes that we could take (like the 28 mile Batona trail which we would like to do eventually). We saw various types of trees, which ...
... long road trip.
Sleeping Bag - Marmot Trestles 15º ($120)
Initial Opinion - Gwen and I bought the same exact bag. She liked the extra width that the women's version seemed to lack. We both like the left hand "reading" zipper, which is great for people who may get a little claustrophobic in a mummy bag. It was soft, and seemingly warm (we'll see), with a handy internal pocket. I liked the stuff sack it came with.
... can't pass work.
I would to go to New York again and Maine. You thought I was going to say "pain". Pain is another word for hurting.
Dustin: Anything else?
Luke: I would want to go to Wisconsin and Washington D.C.
Dustin: We won't hit those on this trip.
Luke: What about real Washington...the one out west?
Dustin: We won't be going there either.
Luke: Why? Can't we fly ...
... Palms, a beautiful "tree house" type all-inclusive which was recommended to us by Aunt Lynn and Uncle Frankie, who have stayed there a number of times.
I'll update our Jamaican adventures periodically as they happen (of after they happen, as I don't plan on being on a computer at all for those seven wonderful days) in our Jamaican Posts.