Holiday Inn Clinton
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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 ...
... for Serena and me; 12 for Clara; 2 for Ron) License plates seen: 46 states and 6 Canadian provinces Total number of large wild animal species we spotted: 11 (white-tailed deer, pronghorn antelope, big horn sheep, bison, elk, muskrats, pelicans, coyote, porcupine, black bear, mustangs) Number of Subways we ate at: 5. Seems like more. Clara's enthusiasm for it has decreased. Number of blog views as of now: ...
... Ibrahim Ferrer, and Compay Segundo. They recorded all of this wonderful music near the ends of their lives, and I couldn't be happier that Ry Cooder found them and brought them all together before they died just a few years later. I definitely recommend checking the film and the music out if you haven't done so before.
Maybe I should re-watch Buena Vista Social Club?
Expect the next post from me on Friday. Hope you guys enjoyed reading!
... it was back out on the crazy road.
Once we got past Philadelphia the traffic got better. It is interesting to pass through so many states in a short amount of time...Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Double that amount of time driving in Texas and you would still be in Texas. Getting into New Jersey the scenery became very pretty - green, just a bit hilly, farms and fields, vegetables sold by the side of ...
... and experienced it. The Sand Hills is a HUGE area of land (22,000 square miles) consisting of sand dunes. The dunes are held in place by grass that covers the area. Laying beneath the sandhills is part of the Ogallala Aquifer, the largest aquifer in the US, and one of the world's largest, which irrigates approx 30% of US crops.