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We are finally home. This is the greatest feeling ever. I finally get to sleep in my own bed and have some of my moms cooking. It was a great trip.
The total gas for the trip costed $622.38
The cost for National Parks/ Theme Park was $1430
The total cost for hotels was $2,448
The total cost for food and /ice was $369.50
Total cost for everything on the trip $4,869
Money earned during trip $915
We have been staying at Lake Solano State Park campground. So close to cities and the freeway but quite rural. We have to drive into town to get even a telephone signal! The gate into the campground closes at 9 and we have missed getting back each night. That means we have to park the truck outside the gate and walk into our space. Its really dark with lots of stars! The first night we came back late our closest neighbor called out "you missed ...
Or so we thought! The RV and jeep were sparkling clean everything was hitched and ready to go and when we put her in gear to go the jeep refused to move, it was being stubborn. We did all we could but it was a no go, the jeep refused to get out of 4 wheel drive. We were flummoxed, now what? Dogs panting to get going, Glenn and I at the ready and no go. Now it is 10:30 and no ...
Top 10 Moments/Experiences 10.Traveling by train from country to country 9. French fries with mayo 8. Waffles in Brussels available all day long 7. Chocolate croissants 6. A daily fresh, warm baguette from the boulangerie 5. Cruising Lake Geneva 4. Picnic next to the Seine River in Paris 3. Walking along the canals in Amsterdam ...
... was torture in its highest form. Fortunately, I had paid for the extra legroom seat (US $50 each way for three additional inches of knee-room), so I wasn’t quite as cramped as the other economy fare passengers. Still, it was just a matter of degrees of cramp-ness, sort of like asking sardines whether they’d like to be packaged in olive oil or a tomato sauce, we were still packed in like sardines. Arriving back in San Francisco, I was relieved to be ...