Travel Blogs from Jacksonville
... and her family. We typically measure this by how many "laugh so hard you almost pee your pants" moments, and we definitely had ours. The only thing I missed was meeting my niece Rebecca’s daughter Haylie, who was visiting family out of state and having an excellent time of it by the pictures she’s been posting on FB.
I’m posting this late and we are already in Georgia visiting more friends, so until my next ...
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... to have a fairly enjoyable conversation with the two ladies I was sitting with. One of them was on her way to New York and the other had just finished biking across America. Did I mention that she was in her sixties? It was amazing to me. I mean, I'm 23, and there is no way I could spend a month on a bike. I would die.
No, seriously, I would probably be hit by a car because I'm not all that well versed in biking etiquette.
Anyways, I believe ...
... is the perfect amount of time for my first trip I think.
Thankfully, Nathan has laminated a packing list for me. I would lose my
mind doing all of this preparation without a list! I just wish he could be there to send me off. Nathan is going to drill in Gulfport just a
couple of days before I leave. Of course, maybe that is for the best. I will be
able to just cry from ...
A dear friend and mentor gave me a beautiful travel journal with an inscription of the poem "Ithaca" by C. P. Cavafy on the first page. What a wonderful poem about traveling! I wanted to share it with everyone. Here it is:
"When you start on your journey to Ithaca,
then pray that the road is long,
full of adventure, full of knowledge.
Do not fear the Lestrygonians
and the Cyclopes and the angry Poseidon.
You will ...