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Meeting The Niestroy Family
27th of August - we are finally starting our travelling and leaving Ballibay. With 2 huge rucksags, handluggage, additional carrierbags (as we ran out of space in the big luggage) and a lapsteel guitar (Yes, a lapsteel guitar as John decided to take one that was to be thrown out as it is broken beyond all belief and try to resurrect it on the road, as if we did not enough things to carry) we left Camp at 4:45 in the morning to start our 30-hour journey ...
Here it is in numbers. Pretty neat to look at.
10 new states
3 Big Cities
5 State Capitals
4 Small (western) towns
11 or more different attractions (historic, natural or amusement)
25 plus different restaurants.
237 gallons of gas.
12 different beds per persons
I've done it again: created a summer blog after the intense
popularity of my touring chronicles with Missoula Children's Theatre
This new travel blog follows my experiences
returning to ma Ville-Lumière (Paris, France) with my parents, and then
becoming a summer resident of Glasgow, Scotland as I immerse myself in
the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama's Greek Theatre ...
... a few months ago down in Washington DC.
We parked downtown and walked across the Roberto Clemente Bridge to get to the park. It’s located on the river and faces downtown. It’s open in the outfield, so as we walked towards it, we could see into the stadium. We were early, so we spent our time walking around the park and saw statues for Roberto Clemente ...
The rest of the trip from Kansas to Bloomfield took a few days but consisted more of visiting friends and family than touring. I was not quite done with my birding fix though and my Aunt in St. Louis told me I HAD to take a detour up I-67 towards the town of Alton to view the nations second largest population of Bald Eagles. With the confluence of ...