Travel Blogs from Sanger
... things: Charming streets and shops. Architecture always appeals to me.
Best food: Tapas during the flamenco show; French dessert!
Thing I'd like to bring back to the U.S.: Cheap, excellent wine
What I would do differently: Read up on the historic sites before visiting
Other thing I would do differently: Give more thought to photo taking; i.e. what would be good for printing and framing.
Best benefit: Getting to know my fellow DSC ...
Greetings from Gainesville, Texas… Home of Charlie Paddock!
Days since the last post - 42 Days
Miles since the last post - 166
Total Miles - 1957
Miles from Atlantic City - 1529 miles
Miles to Fisherman's Wharf - 1675 miles
Next Border Crossing/Distance - Arizona, 400 miles
Number of States I've ...
... hotel and while my granddaughter was busy I looked up my great-grandmother linking into Ancestors.com. I found that not only was the date on my great grandmother’s stone was wrong, but also found Lance to be her father. It was so fun to find that Lance was actually my granddaughter’s real great, great, great, great grandfather. He would have loved her!
As I forgot my big camera we decided to go back the following morning on our way to ...
... three Woodsmen of the World gravesites (their grave markers are trees), and many old stones that had broken and were propped up against the base. Some interesting epitaphs (“Gold mine in the sky” for a 12 year old) and hand-carved stones also made for some good photographs. The oldest gravesite (in terms of birth year at least) was a Ms. Louisa West, born in 1812 and died in (I think) 1905. Her stone had settled so far ...
Post By Miranda Ewing
We started to relax. We had figured out the office situation and were getting ready for a couple of days at the waterpark (Great Wolf Lodge)! Unfortunately, both girls came down with ear infections and then to our great dismay, the girls' Grandpa Mac (my ex-father-in-law) had a heart attack. Thankfully, it was a mild heart attack, but he will be hospitalized for ...