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Weeks on the Road: 22 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 14,110km
Travel by car: 6,465km
Total km: 20,575km
To avoid a road closure posted on GPS we took a different route through Water Gap National Recreation Area along the Delaware River - it was a much slower pace, with the sun shining on the hillside - it was a gorgeous drive. We drove through lovely narrow country roads, ...
... my laptop. It is about 250 GB, luckily USB 3.0 but still takes about 45 minutes. I don't get out until about 1700h so my plans to go for a city tour are kiboshed.
I spend the evening working on the footage, preparing it to be presented for offlining to the surgeon, synchronizing the 2 cameras is a nightmare as there isn't any audio on the jib camera, and we never got a clapper in to give me a visual cue.
I pop over to a pub across the street
... no photography' policy; otherwise, I would have shown you pictures of the column and the $100,000 bill.
Realizing that the exhibit was about to close, I got my knife back and headed back toward my hotel. On the way, I noticed that the multitude of US flags in Philadelphia were all being flown at half mast. My first instinct was to ask my dad why that was, but he didn't know. I ended up looking it up when I got back to the hotel and found out that today ...
... we went out I went for a Philadelphia Cheesesteak as people in the hospital had told me that there were three places where you should get one from and I hadn't got mine from one of the best places. I avoided the liquid cheese topping this time as most Americans also avoid it. My next experience of Philadelphia was the Citywide; a pint of beer with a double shot of Whiskey on the side. I'm not a fan, it was a ...
... wonderful to come back to camp and dinner is ready! I just may do this every day when i get back home. ;-) Sophia, thank you for the tea pot. It has been a wonderful addition to this camping trip. Until tomorrow, The Mitchells Ps. David has been in charge of the phone camera and has failed miserably at remembering to take picturrs with it. Perhaps I'll get a few pics with it on the next ...