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Although we had planned on 6 months we made it 113 days and Terry drove the motorhome 7,478 miles and 6,480 in the Jeep totaling 13,958.
We saw everything we wanted to see and were lucky to have good weather every where we went until we hit the south and got the rain and humidity.
Our next journey will continue next year....Stay tuned.
... he got there. He said their dog, Little Girl, still loves to be out on the boat and likes to perch on the tip of the bow, scouting dolphins from their 51’ cruiser. No trip to the Key’s would be complete without a trip to D-Hooker’s and Roy discovered to his initial disappointment, that the restaurant had been sold to a family member. The good news, he was a person Roy knew and had also been friends with when he lived there, but none ...
... railroad bridge which is used only by NASA to transport space shuttles to the launch site in Canaveral. We also passed a beautiful lighthouse at Ponce Inlet. We finally began to realize that lighthouses are primarily located on inlets and that we could use them to inform us about the change from river to sea, which translates into current. We saw many lovely homes along the river but for a long time, we traversed mainly through wilderness areas and marshes. It was ...
... my bag and made my way up to the ticket counter, praying that they hadn't lost my reservation or something equally horrible. As it turns out they hadn't lost my reservation, and so, they printed out my tickets and told me to wait for the train which was supposed to arrive at 5:08
Once the train arrived (a bit late, of course), I found my train car and settled into my room to wait for the train's departure. Around 6:30, I went to the train car for dinner ...
... by race.
The team toured the world, breaking cultural and social barriers along with basketball records. They were the first team to play basketball in Europe. In 1950, Globetrotter Nathaniel "Sweetwater" Clifton became the first African-American player to sign an NBA contract.
In 1959, during the Cold War, the Globetrotters went on a sold-out tour of the Soviet Union. The also had an audience with Pope John XXIII and posted their ...