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... 3 ran toward the far northwest corner and appeared to present the most diversity of both terrain and forest type. We ventured through the huge old growth trees and had a wonderful, exhilarating time. Of course, we whined because the Trail #3 seemed to be always going uphill, but if one thinks about it, by the time you reach back to the starting point, didn't we go down just the same elevation as we went up? I don't know, sometimes these things get ...
... s a rewarding feeling…I can admit now that there were days and sometimes weeks in the beginning where I wasn’t actually sure how we were going to make it through. The thought of being out here for nine months had felt daunting again but we were both too stubborn and have too much of a work ethic to walk away. Most of this life isn’t fun and games like so many people believe; the actual performance part is such a minor aspect of this life sometimes that it seems ...
We finally pulled away from Highlands around 10:45 am. The weather was sunny in spite of the forecast. We drove to I-40 to Knoxville picked up I-75 to Lexington, went west to Louisville and then north to Lafayette Indiana. Over 500 miles was enough for one ...
... woman working there mouthed to me that they didn’t open for another 10 minutes and when I then asked if there was another gas station in the area, she became exasperated, shook her head, and then actually put her head in her hands and walked away! Gene had also stopped for gas and was nice enough to charge $20 on his own card for me to get gas.
Our lot today is at a city park right on the edge of a neighborhood, two blocks away from a gas station, six blocks from ...
Lafayette is a relatively big town for Indiana standards and has a rich history dating back to well before Australia even existed. Learning about the plights of the American Indians in their quest to maintain their lifestyle and culture during the 1800s was eye opening to say the least. Our time in Lafayette was spent at the Tippecanoe Battlefield, the sight of one of the major battles between the Indians and the white Americans in the early 1800s. Learning about what unfolded ...