Travel Blogs from Highlands
Up at 0630 hours, and opted for just a donut and coffee from downstairs, as the radar showed a potential shower moving in.
Susanne and I headed to the Shell station to get gas (yet again! every 100-120 miles), and there was a sweet donut shop next door. Another donut!
Another great day of riding; 325 miles. Lots of twists and turns ...
... the copper country and down to Haines to rejoin the ferry for a trip down to Prince Rupert, British Columbia. We came to Alaska with our daughter in 2006 by cruise ship up the inside passage and to Anchorage, Denali and the Kenai Fjords. That trip just whetted our appetite for the awesome mountains and wildlife and we wanted to see more of this wonderful land. We will be travelling in our ...
... 8217;t stay here” and we packed up and found a lovely county park just a few miles north. So now we are looking out over a lake. We are showered. We have an entire week planned of nothing but leisure:, golf, tennis, reading. We’ll see how that goes. We have gone over budget with a new category, “ recreation”. We are using it for our gin and tonic purchases. I think the budget item should read, ...
... It is estimated to be over 400 years old.
We parked in front of the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation. A lady told us that the program was about to begin so we went in to see the program. It was a group called the Georgia Spiritual Ensemble who sang traditional and choral and solo spirituals (black Gospel music). The group consists of four women and two men with ...
This coming weekend we'll be returning to Miami. Our last excursion will be south to the pretty town of Highlands and the many waterfalls located in that area.
The first fall is Cullasaja Falls. Though it can be seen from the road, we are lucky to find a small parking lot and are able to get a ...
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