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We have enjoyed all aspects of our trip - the time together, the friendship, the sights, the sounds, and seeing things we will never forget.
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We are looking forward to our vacation adventure. We started out this afternoon headed out West! Bobby and I have always talked about doing this trip but never took the time. We are heading out for 17 days of adventure. Our friends, Keith and Brenda (best travel buddies in the world) are going with usp. We are taking our truck and camper. Our goal is to drive as far as possible tonight, tomorrow and part of Sunday. We want to start sight ...
It is the power of the inter webs that Mom and I found our adventure for today. With no plans while the boys headed to Bristol Speedway, we happened to find Panther Creek State Park through Google. We printed maps and hiking trail descriptions, packed some snacks and water, hopped in the car and drove off. We navigated about 30 miles west of Rodgersville (heading away from the craziness in Bristol), passing mountains and ...
... the boys are at the race. This is not the first time I've been stranded in a hotel around a town called Bristol.... Yesterday I navigated through flat roads of Pennsylvania and the outrageous hills of West Virginia. This is not a trip you just hop on the thruway for (although we did pass Fredonia!!). Other drivers must have thought I hadn't heard of google Maps; I had four maps of four different states spread out before me with a highlighter as my Dad ...
... we are still at the right track. To avoid getting lost somewhere in the Appalachian, we have to make a tough decision: back the way we came - passing the wasp spot! (yes, the forest was indeed so dense there that we couldn't just walk around and outside the path).
The after-math: Fiona and Emily, and Robin ...