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... the right size tool to take off the cap). Ten minutes later we hit the road (6:30). Yes, Terry was the one up at 5am and ready to go. I could not believe that we made it thru Atlanta with no backups or accidents. Sailed thru during lunchtime!! We just gained an hour and now we have to climb mount eagle. Got to Nashville during rush hour and decided to stop north of Bowling Green so we traveled a little north and found a very small nice campground in Cave ...
It's been a year of planning and BAM here it is the 23rd of July 2013. Almost a year ago this trip was conceived and now it's time to hit the starter and hit the road. My bags are packed, the bike looks beautiful and runs even better. Every detail is in place ...now it's just time to ride.
Amelia Island Florida is where I live and it's beautiful. I strongly encourage you to visit there sometime! The beaches, resorts and food are great and I am blessed to live there. On this ...
... Hillary wanted to feed them and keep them around, but I wasn't going to let that happen. We have some cool pictures of the campsite and sun going down at this time.
Animals came and went all night. Our tent is basically just a mosquito net that has a rain tarp that keeps water out if need be. The weather was clear so we saw everything coming through the site. The raccoons didn't bug us after they found out there ...
... where we will keep the boat for a few weeks while we go back to Kansas for a visit and for our niece’s, Ali Pitney’s, wedding to Jordan O’Grady. We’re looking forward to all the festivities, and are having a great time looping.
(Just a reminder - if you click on any of the pictures it will open up a slide show page that will show a larger picture and also has additional comments about each photo on the right side of the screen)
... We then planned to go to the visitor's centre where we started our tour at 3:00 pm. Our tour was conducted by Ranger Susie. We started outside of the main building where an old club house use to be. Then we went inside the Main house. We saw two rooms which had original furniture in them. The first room had a machine to make blankets called a loom. Ranger Susie demonstrated how to use the loom. The only other room inside the main house with furniture was the dining room. We ...
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