Grand Cascades Lodge
Travel Blogs from Hamburg
... out at the Tavern for too long....but we ran into a lot of other hikers once we returned to actually hiking. The husband and wife, Caruso, and a few others. The night came fast, we hiked good miles......and got caught in a big ass lightning storm. It was awesome! We managed to find a great campsite, off of a snow mobile trail....there was an abandoned gravel parking lot! A perfectly flat spot to camp - in the boulder field that N.J. calls the Appalachian ...
1 pair Reef sandals
1 pair flip flops
2 pair socks (read that it gets cold on buses
3 pair light pants (2 convert to shorts)
1 bathing suit
6 pair boxers
2 long sleeve shirts (1 light and 1 for warmth)
1 short sleeve button down shirt
1 water shirt
2 baseball caps
1 bag of contact solutions (as most of what I use ...
... s photo now lives on the babe wall!
Next day me, Luke, Ryan, Meg and Kerri went to watch the 'conjuring' at the movies and have some Mexican for lunch! Buying the tickets, I go, 'could we just conjure up four tickets to see the conjuring please'. Haha! Came out of the movies and for a split second my stomach felt real funny when I realised I wasn't at the movies with Shannon, but on the other side of world! ...
... some cash to start paying my student loans, my girlfriend, well, she gets to go on a cruise to the Caribbean. Luckily for me, I’m able to go on the cruise as well! I do need a break from this damn job as it is. Although it’s only a four day loop-cruise from Cape Canaveral to Nassau and back, it’ll still by quite the adventure. I’ve never been to the Caribbean to be ...
... there. The very famous and most prized jewel of that region, the very husband of the late Grace Kelly, died just recently. It was a historic event and I was in the middle of it. I was able to visit the palace and see the streets crowded for Prince Rainier III at what was to be his funeral. Being very young, and as an excuse, American, I knew nothing of the significance of such a prominent and deeply loved figure in Europe, err…no…the world. I was in the middle ...