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Day 8: The Long Drive Home
At this point we split with the Lys since we wanted to get an earlier start and they wanted to sleep in. When we said goodbye, they were just starting to get up and eat some breakfast.
It was now time for our 8 hour drive home. That sounded short to us seasoned travellers (A few short years ago, a 4 hour drive to Toronto was a LOOOONNNGG drive for us. We are finally ...
... did stuff in the surrounding forests.
We really have enjoyed our stay here. All the places we chose to rent things from were fabulous.
The plan was to leave Saturday morning at 7am. We ended up leaving about 7:45am (I blame the Lys!). We used walkie talkies to stay in touch between our 2 vehicles which worked out pretty well when we lost cell signal in the mountains (plus the Lys don't have a ...
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 ...
... and in my opinion that people mostly want to be comfortable. Comfortable in their skin, comfortable inside their heads, comfortable in their surroundings, and I feel that if people are comfortable than they can be happy. Broken down to the most simple lifestyle, food in the belly, a roof over the head, a peaceful happy home, what else does a person really need to live. Life can be simple and life can be complex. Whats a life of only living to fill your stomach, **** and sleep. Whats ...
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 ...