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Travel Blogs from Conway
... see new sights - some great and others not so great, blare the music as loud as it'll go and sing at the top of my lungs (be happy you never have to witness that atrocity), and allow the worries and anxieties that have built up over time to fall ...
... feet. Kyler casting and only going 3 feet. Things like that. Nothing huge. But we have had fun calling them "epic failure". Well we had an epic failure today and didn't take a pic of the roley poley farm the kids had a ball creating. They dug huge holes (right next to the 5th wheel hitch where we will need to hook up) and Lexi was the roley poley hunter. ...
We decided to go to a water park today, prices were about 1/2 of what they were in Destin. Of course the kids have been wanting to go ever since they saw the one in Destin. Heat index 109. Nice. Good day to be at a water park. Ate at sonic, very un-original but that was the best we could do after being in the sun and keeping track of our kids at a packed water park for 4 hours. Actually wasn't too too packed and it ...
Cleaning. It's both harder and easier to clean. Harder because you notice all the yuck. Easier because it's so much smaller. Black countertops. NEVER get them. EVER. Impossible to keep clean. Especially in the bathroom with white tooth paste and kids. Impossible. Tools. Harder because you have none, easier because you figure out how to make do. Meals. Beanie weenies are ok at home but 5 star meal camping, especially on day 25 ...
... and bartering begins for items that
catch her eye, unique small plates, glasses, serving trays or linens
are a given that they will be coming home with us. As always, I load
up the trunk. We make a few more stops and decide to hit the back
roads to look at a church yard sale/auction benefit.
South Carolina back roads
can not be traveled without passing a Southern Baptist church. They
are mostly small, old buildings with small ...