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Well what can I say we are finally home safe and well in Devon. Words can not even begin to describe what a fantastic holiday we have had. Things could not have been better. Will most definitely miss the warm weather and the beautiful scenery. Time goes so fast when you are having fun. Look forward to catching up with you all and sharing our stories and photos. Much love Emma and Greg ...
... need to do undertake this trip at a point when I should possibly consider "slowing down a bit" instead of climbing canyons, canoeing rapids and arguing with Grizzly Bears about where to park the RV in Yellowstone Park!
So, given that we are going to be in the USA for virtually the entire month of May, thereby (hopefully) managing to avoid any embarrassing ...
... when taken in isolation. I carried on for the second leg of the trip with Luke, a controversial decision as it turned out. The trip with Luke also did not turn out as expected and he left when we were only halfway back which certainly tested my endurance and resolve to the finish.
All those things happened and are indelible marks on the trip. Sedona, the Grand Canyon, Route 66 and Yellowstone, and Chicago were all lost. ...
... plus us two making 18 in all. Lovely time talking to everyone and lovely to catch up.
Went back to to Trudie & Nicks after and finally got away at 4.30pm, due at Art & bThurza's an hour and half away at about 5pm, so rang and said it might be 7pm and got there at 6.30..
So taday was Bridport, already described above. Art joined us for lunch. On the way home we ...
90. Dorset Doddle. 18th Aug 2013. 33.5 miles 3450.8 total miles. 1845m of ascent. 7.44.31
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