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Travel Blogs from Gun Barrel City
... and visibility was poor, the camera performed admirably. The plane we were exploring was coated in a layer of algae but had a couple functioning doors and several entry points. I managed to get some okay video of what was left of the cockpit and the the rest of the plane was pretty gutted.
At one point in the video, you can see me swim through the front entry point ...
I created this website in order to stay in touch with family and friends because I know that this trip is a once in a lifetime opportunity, and some of you all (at least I hope that you all) want to follow along with me as I travel to 15 countries. As of today all that I have done in order to prepare for this trip is get my yellow fever ...
... and a spot of steam
cleaning for ‘Mac’ and an FAA medical for Elvis the priority!!) and then
provisions for the pantry, eating utensils and some towels and bedding to be
bought we raced against the clock to get it all done….the sooner we got it all
finished the sooner the adventure would truly begin!!
Finally, midday today we were all
loaded up and ready to leave…and thus begins WhereisLondon’s Great Adventure!!
... of 1912, where the robbers made off with a whopping $4,500, which left the town bereft.
After our picnic, we explored the gravestones, and found a surprising number that dated from the late 1800s, along with veterans of every major war from the Civil War to Vietnam.
Perfect weather, the wind in our hair, good conversations, interesting and beautiful scenery...all in all, it was a day worth remembering.
... them walk by with buckets of BIG ugly catfish! I understand there are also bass and ****** in this lake, but these Texas folks LOVE their catfish (me? I can't sneak up on them - they're just plain ugly as hell!)
Mornings start early, with a cacaphony of bird songs waking us up - cardinals, mockingbirds, a woodpecker or two, and at night, I sometimes ...