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Travel Blogs from Vevay
The plan for today was to get up early, run through the corn maze, and get in the road in good time. But when I look out the window and can hardly see through the fog, I decide it's a good morning to roll over and go back to sleep. When I wake up next, the sun has finally broken through- we're in store for another beautiful day. As Randy get's us road-ready, I run down to the river to take some daylight photos. I have never seen so many perfectly ...
... those little details that have to be done before hitting the road. We are really looking forward to setting out tomorrow...and ready to go to bed tonight. Saturday was a busy day.
On the road at last...
John walked up to the club parking lot around 7:15 to wake up Mufasa and bring him home for the final loading and chores before hitting the road. Mufasa was pleased that Lulu Belle's Mom and Dad had left a business card on his windshield wishing him (and us!) ...
Took the truck in to have the oil changed and the emergency brake tightened up. Found out it had a rear seal and bearing that had gone bad. Took them 2 1/2 hours to get the bearing off as it had fused itself to the wheel shaft. But persistence paid off and they finally got it fixed. Oil change just cost me $342.00 - but glad I found out about it ...
(Blog continued from previous post)
We met up with our sponsor at a McDonald's on the edge of town (that I promptly passed and didn't realize I had passed for another fifteen minutes...grr. argh.), where he was finishing his lunch. His sister is the manager there (along with two other McD's in the area) so he wanted to get photos there before we took off. The staff there were super friendly and treated us to ...
... my favorite short videos is about the many new discoveries after the Mt. St. Helen's eruption concerning formation of canyons and the layering in the canyons, time required for petrification, formation of peat, etc.
Tom Meyer recited the book of Revelation from memory (took about an hour) and also the first eleven chapters of Genesis (about 35 minutes). We were fortunate that we were there ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking