Hampton Inn El Dorado
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... medical school my focus will have to be solely on my education. Before I embark on that next chapter of my life I wanted to use my year off to do something memorable and challenging. Since making the decision to thru-hike the AT I have been tirelessly researching gear, saving money, and preparing mentally. I am estimating the trip to take me approximately four and a half months, so you can only imagine ...
... sale, and you can have it at the bargain price of $30 million. Count your pocket money and see if you can’t just swing it! Your chance for purchase or room reservations here!
Later on, we passed the Corvette plant and museum in Bowling Green, another site we’ve visited in the past. I was a trouble-maker there, too: the guide proudly announced that 98% of all the parts were made in the US. So I ...
Today we visited Lake Bistineau State Park in Shreveport. It was quite a sight. All the trees were under water. We bought granola bars and gatorades. It costed $15. We filled up the tank for $34.85. We stayed the night in a hotel costing $129.00. Next its off to Mississippi.
State Capitol- Baton Rouge
Two important cities- ...
... is we need to drive through Greater Dallas, so that should be an experience, wish us luck, from Tye we head to El Paso where we plan to spend a few days.
Notes from home is that you lost power so our furnace is still not fixed but supposed to be there tomorrow, be glad when that's done so we don't have to worry about it. Feel kind of powerless when so far from home.
That's all for now, night ...
The drive through Mississippi was beautiful. It was a great day for a drive. Sunny and starting to warm up. It hit 45 today!
First stop was in Vicksburg, MS. This is where they first bottled Coca-Cola back in the early 1900's. It was a neat little museum full of TONS of ...