Ramada Limited Augusta Fort Gordon Area
Travel Blogs from Augusta
I've been trying to keep the time were on the bike down and actually spend some time in the place were in. Found also the longer we ride the grumpier we get so for this leg we flicked up to Augusta; o nly a couple of hours riding. Augusta was once apon a time the capital of Georgia. The streets were narrow and the houses huge. This town was founded …
Book of Common Prayer from the Steinkes
Map of Andean South America
Solace of Fierce Landscapes by Belden Lane from the Palmers
Field Guide to Getting Lost by Rebecca Solnit
House of Belonging by David Whyte
Book of My Nights by Li-Young Lee
Packet of loose poems
Lonely Planet's South America on a Shoestring (the pertinent sections only)
Two thin notebooks and spare loose ...
... that night in the aforementioned Mexican\Sushi restaurant. Katy and Willie were awesome hosts as have all of Leslie's friends been on this trip. Katy had this thing called "work" that she had to go to the next morning and Willie had a polo game to play so we had to call it a night eventually.
See you tomorrow for my first every polo game!
Fifteen years ago almost to the day, Dave and I went on our honeymoon. We married at noon on New Year's Eve, but we didn't have permission from the Army to honeymoon until several months later. We had eloped. The Army had needed more warning and paperwork. Dave had been stationed in Germany many years prior, and we anticipated we would be heading back because he was due for another OCONUS assignment.This trip was to introduce me to our next probable ...
We are Mediterranean bound!
The idea for this trip started as the ultimate field trip for Sara after she studied the ancients in history. The Pyramids and a camel ride were what she wanted most out of this trip, but she was seven at that time, and the trip was going to wait until she was old enough to remember it and appreciate it. After Arab Spring we had to drop Egypt. There will be no ...