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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 …
... on September 15 th. Little MP3, Miles Phillip Crovitz III. Celbrating Emily Suzette Brashers 12th birthday on September !4th. Duane and Emily will be flying down on Friday. Lauren will celebrate her birthday September 26th. We plan to leave Myrtle Beach about the 20th.. We so enjoyed our trip up Look out Mountain. It is very evident of the beautiful earth God created for us to ...
... also called onion beef, I searched and found SelectWisely.com. They provided a solution, but I may never eat again with their list of restrictions they included. It's just cipolle, κρεμμύ 48;ι, and soğan that I need to avoid. All those other restrictions will just scare the chefs into serving me bread and water. It's nothing a Sharpie can't fix, or...I'll just skip it and go straight to the desserts.
... in Atlanta
Sep 22: Home
I'll try to update often when I find wifi on land, and Mom, you can always check on us in live time here:
http://www.seascanner.com/schiffspositi on.php?schiff=Norwegian Spirit
I'll even wave at the camera when we pass by in port. :-)
To all of our friends and family, we wish you were here! I'll have to photoshop you in!
So how was my trip to France?
I have had the last four days in Marseille to formulate a synthesis of my time in France, and I have yet to really process it all. But here are the main points that have been rattling around in my brain, nonetheless.
1) Public Transport: I have been enthralled by the mass transport system here. It is a marvel of modern engineering and a massive public works project designed to move loads of people efficiently ...