Studio 6 Tulsa
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... the VW version of the Cadillac Ranch we saw yesterday. A clothes change stop into warmer clothes before arriving at Groom. Home of the largest cross in the Western Hemisphere and the Leaning Water Tower. Stopped in McLean for breakfast there's a Devils Rope Museum...aka Barbed Wire- these people know how to live it up!! McLean is a very small but stereotypical ...
Dzisiejszy dzien to pierwszy dzien mojego autostopowania po dwoch tygodniach komfortu. Z tej okazji nagralem dla Was film, ktory przy najblizszej mozliwosci wrzuce na maila. Spie przy autostradzie w namiocie. Nade mna sa piekne gwiazdy a w okolicy wysoka roslinnosc i troche boje sie co w niej zyje. Dzisiaj przejechalem calkiem sporo, wiecej niz ...
I know! We are crazy! But we had such an amazing time in Iceland in February we decided to go back in the summer to see the country without all the snow, ice, and cold! This time of year Iceland is an amazing green and much warmer. It's like the difference of going to mountains during ski season and going in the summer! Same place but two totally different and ...
We left Tulsa today to start our adventure on Route 66 after a quick trip to Catoosa to see the whale we came back to see the sights of Tulsa. There are several neon signs and some Art Deco buildings. One of these bushings is the blue some gas ...
... to get it past your nose, you're half way there.
Ice and fire
Contrasting forces of ice and fire exist side by side in Iceland. Some 11% of the country’s surface is covered with glaciers and about 30% is lava fields. On average, a volcano erupts every five years, but fortunately only rarely where anyone lives. Vatnajökull glacier, measuring 8,400 km=, is the largest ice cap in Europe in fact it is larger than all the other glaciers in ...