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Travel Blogs from Mountain Grove
... turkey, some minks and a river otter.
About 4:00 we return for our final attempt to trick the fish onto our bait. Our spot is taken again so we don't have much luck til they leave. We see trout everywhere but they only seem to bite in a small area. We finish about 7:00 with the following totals: Kathleen 9 trout, Ron 14, and Ray 21. Actually we had to quit because the cooler ...
... to Astoria, OR and left May 7th......self contained also....Everyone that is self contained would love to have our support Van as a option.
We are back on the bikes and my legs still are not wanting to really move, I was getting discouraged the way I was feeling. Along came a British guy headed to Astoria he had 2 other guys riding that came up on us much later. He asked if we had the beginning maps of Adventure Cycling and I said yes but they were in ...
... Lily became quite overcome by emotion and sprung a few leaks! We were certainly glad we stopped and surprised Lily with this wonderful experience. As well, we discovered that there was another series about the life of Rose, and we purchased the first book in the series. More reading to come, no doubt.
After the tour we travelled a few miles up the road to a RV campground and pitched our tent, the kids had a swim in the pool and we had 'franks and beans' for tea.
... Haines and rent a cabin for a few weeks fish and bear watch.
We did miss our Grandkids, Kids, Family and Church Family very much but the cellphones, travelblog and internet helped a lot with that.
Things that worked and why in no peculiar order.
1. Aluminum trailer: bear proof.
2. Aluminum insulated food box: bear and varmint proof.
3. Tent cots: can be set up anywhere and off the ground a good night's ...
... Laura Ingalls trek complete, sigh.
At this point we were just focusing on driving East, aiming to get to Cincinnati sometime on Thursday to spend the afternoon with my aunt, uncle, and cousin. We had dinner at our first Steak’n’Shake, which was quite tasty and also picked up some pie at "A Slice of Pie," in Rolla, Missouri. Remarkably, we got to our hotel just outside St. Louis shortly before midnight and we’re planning to get an early start ...