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1 day to go. Did a practice pack last night. A good run through, but i have too much stuff. So, todays task before work this afternoon is to redo it. I bought a kid's size backpack to have as a carry on ( just in case i can't bring my backpack on board with me and so i have something to take while exploring). That will take some of the odds and ends out ...
Well, the support has been raised, or not, and the bags have been packed. mostly. One thing I am sure of is my readiness to embark on this next adventure God has in store for me. For those of you that still do not believe Swaziland is a country, you can Google map Manzini, Swaziland to see exactly where I will be. Google is giving me the red line under Manzini so ...
... normal;">Overlooking the awesome lake from our campsite: on the 1st one our "holiday cruiser" was a little bit crooked - but we were surrounded by water, on the 2nd one with view straight up the lake
... th Century and by Steinbeck’s dust-bowl refugees in The Grapes of Wrath. It was paved by work gangs during the Great Depression which made it a strategic boon during WWII and carried a second, post war, wave of immigration to California. It was made world famous by the Rolling Stones version of the song urging us to “Get your kicks on Route 66”.
Most of it is long gone, absorbed into other roads, but there is a ...