Travel Blogs from Ottawa
On a side tangent, one of my closest friends from Monterey posted this great list to abide by on my Facebook wall:
Theresea O'Gorman > Brooke Morgan
My dearest Brook-son: As you prepare for your journey and adventures in Italia, I have a few things ...
... from noon until 1:00p so we would have to wait. We drove in to town stopped at a park for a picnic in the car, it was cold out, and a couple of laps around the perimeter with Gordon. The repairs took a bit longer than expected but everyone there was incredibly nice, if you ever need some work done on an RV or trailer and are in that area, I highly recommend Olathe.
... campground. The bull, we saw the next morning. They estimate some
one-hundred fifty moose in this valley and over ten times as many
elk! For the convenience of we pretenders, most parks have scenic drives that allow for wildlife
photos, like these, to be taken from the safety of the road or, better yet, from the
comfort of the car!
We have visited so many wonderful parks
this year that picking the “best” is tough for me, ...
I had a great time visiting with Dad and Marva. I shared some of the Korea International School documentation and answered many questions about what we're heading into over there. I had no mobile phone reception here so used their phone to check in with Traci. It sounds like great progress is being made on the home front now that my sister, Sheila, is there helping out. I had the best night of sleep on the whole trip although I'm up at 5:30 for final goodbye's before heading on to ...
... because I knew they had some Kansas family history to share with my. It turns out I'll be visiting a cemetery tomorrow Chapman. I talked with then about 15 minutes and enjoyed the gorgeous day and the neighborhood. I made a big loop and made it back to the main street and then farther over, to my car at 6:00. I ate another apple and then I decided to move the car closer to Free State, for later. I parked at Borders so I could get online for a bit. I wrote ...