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Picked up the car at our friends, the Meadors. Hitting the road for Atlanta. Wow, it's been a whirlwind expedition! Feels like we've been gone for months. Can't believe how much we've seen and all the places that we've been in the last 26 days. I will certainly view so many of the places we've visited with a different set of eyes and opinions ...
... able to purchase some of White Haven's sand, and that was to make the glass for the Hubble Spacecraft. It almost feels like more of a liquid than a solid. What I would give to feel that between my toes again. Later that night, after a massive Spaghetti feast prepared by crew member and executive chef- Lloyd Peter Pan Roid, we saw sharks feeding on squid, angel fish under our boat and massive schools of jelly fish. The last day, we woke up early to do one final snorkel; on the hunt ...
... could not have cared less. Yeah, it was gross, but I was in Paris, so who cares? This is the kind of mindset I hope to keep.
I was wicked excited because on my flight from Phoenix to Atlanta I had no one sitting in my row when the doors closed...and then someone just came and sat in the seat next to me out of nowhere. Such is life. I've got one flight down, two to go, and then my adventure REALLY begins.
P.S. The world looks the best from the ...
(Even though we are currently in Buenos Aires, I have to make Atlanta as our current position to properly track our kilometers traveled!)
We left from Toronto yesterday afternoon and didn't have any problems with flights or anything. We left the airport on time and made it in to Atlanta around 6pm. We had a 3 hour stopover so there was enough time to get a snack and sit around for a bit. We boarded again just after ...
... Clustered around the house are refurbished buildings that once were a stable, carriage house, clerk’s office and slave quarters.
We stayed so long at MV that our tour around Old Town Alexandria was compressed into a walk after dinner with the Kirkwoods. The town was jumping on a Thursday night, and its restaurants and pubs are a magnet for what appeared to be young professionals, a number of which I’m sure work for the taxpayers.