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... it is easy for you to come and enjoy these places. They do charge a $20 entrance fee to the national park. But I think it’s well worth it. And I also think that people will be more careful in terms of respecting the environment when it is something they have just paid for.
What the National Parks Service can’t do though is ask shopkeepers to open on Thanksgiving. Which meant that my quest for Coke – the only ...
Our long trip round to Sequoia National Park , and not having booked a campsite there, meant that we would stop in Bakersfield for the night. We didn't know much about it but knew they had a site we could stop off at the night for an it was half way between our destination! On our arrival to Bakersfield we were a bit apprehensive as it was getting quite ...
I was lamenting the fact that I would not be at Stonehenge for the Solstice this year as we had planned. As I spoke I was thinking about next summer; the trip to Indonesia, perhaps the trip to Europe we didn't make this year, but then maybe we should do something different in Europe.
As we talked my husband brought up the fact that he’d still like to go to Poland to visit the area his maternal grandfather came from. And of course I’d love to visit the area ...
... stop for the night, as we had been thinking we would just pull along the road somewhere. We get a good night's sleep, and the next morning before we head out (Saturday, November 19th) we get the call that Ike's brother-in-law Steve has passed away in Indiana. Our hearts are heavy as we leave, but we are also feeling blessed that we got to see him when we were in Indiana. It's cloudy and incredibly windy as ...
... in a twenty metre radius. Once at the collection of trees called the ‘Bachelor and three graces,’ one larger tree with three smaller ones behind it, and an odd fourth tree standing to the side waiting to be the second lucky bachelor, we discovered there was a road we could have followed rather than plough our way through a non-existent path more suited to people with the aid of snowshoes than trainers, jeans, and Converse. Gluttons for punishment, we continued ...