Quality Inn near Central Park
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... rest of my battle plan against the heat is light colored clothing, made from light materials, that also dry quickly. Open webbed sandals to allow the feet to stay cool and dry, for the most part and sunglasses to keep from getting a headache from squinting.
Note: Gander Mountain didn't have the color I wanted and they wanted $32 for the damn thing. Jodie found a blue one on Amazon for $17!
#2. The Wetness Factor ~ As far as any river crossings, flash floods ...
... then and feared nothing. We went to the little airport that had a grassy landing strip. The plane he was going to fly us in had a body made entirely of canvas. The peddles were wooden and the gas gauge was a needle that bobbed up and down on the nose of the plane. Well we took off and it was fun at first until we were 2000 feet in the air and my dad wanted to show me what it was like to stall the engine. It was so quiet except ...
... Skyline Drive offers views of the
most mountainous country east of the Mississippi River! As we rode
along I found myself wondering how the word “remote” could fit
into anyones idea of Virginia.
road it's self was as smooth and clean a highway anyone could hope
campgrounds on the Skyline and four more along the Parkway
provide great ...
... to the standby passengers. Someone was already in my seat so that as I was sitting down finally the plane started moving. I’d also noticed that I received some claims and that one said rush. RUSH? Sorry but there was no time to rush on my claim, I was barely making my flights.
By the time I got on the plane to D.C. I was really getting hungry. I’d had the fruit/cheese plate on my earlier flight but ...
... and begin the journey: I am embarking on this adventure because I want to do it, not because I feel I need to do it. This is not a spiritual quest, and I’m not looking for anything in particular along the way, least of all “my self”. Although it has taken me a long time to figure it out, I have finally come to the realization that contentment is not a place the world, but a place in the mind.