Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Loveland
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... final 6 miles or so. So thankful for her walking buddies!
You should be able to check out Sparky to see our route today.
We are just 29 short days from departure and the excitement is growing. We are awaiting our pilgrim passports in the mail which should be here any day.
Thanks for reading our blog and encouraging us with your ...
... and Alaska. We traveled to the point at which we stopped on our previous trip into the park from the western entrance; stopping at several overlooks and taking two short hikes. On one of the hikes we spotted a small herd of Elk as they were moving away from our position. The views of the mountains and the valleys were breathtaking. After lunch we turned around and headed east, there is only one east / west road through the park, to US Rt. 36 and ...
... Parks. I love Florida State Parks. Illinois State Parks don't have soap either but they only charge you $0 to enter the park and chump change to camp. Ugh... We came in and took ten minutes to set up camp before a CSP ranger came by threatening to ticket us for not paying the fees. The signage at the entrance said campers have 30 minutes to pay. After setting up camp just after dusk, we drove to Culver's to catch a bite and then slept. We have to go home. I'm on my last pair of clean ...
Thank you, thank you! Our rolling house has stopped and most of the afternoon is ahead of me. You don't know what is like being trapped in this thing all day long. I was pretty excited to see that small deer in New Mexico but then those two crazy people i travel with wouldn't stop and let me chase it!, After you've spotted a dozen Prong Horn Deer (and can't chase them) the next 40 are pretty boring. Then there were mountains, yawn. Wake me ...
... right as I started my trip. Using my IFR training was a lot of fun, though. I picked up some ice in Kansas so I requested a lower altitude. A lower altitude should give you warmer temperatures and in turn less icing.
Doing this helped a little. I was in solid clouds and could not see a thing. Usually you hear a lot of talk on the radio but today it was dead silent so I asked the controller, "Hey Kansas City approach, Mooney 4 3 2 BG ...