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... the Egyptians overtook them camping by the sea beside Pi-Hahiroth before Baal Zephon.
Others say there was an Indian named "Hira" who would stop near the railroad tracks near present day Hahira, to rest and watch the iron horse go by. When folks passed they would wave their hands and say, "Hey, Hira". We'll let you ...
Exciting news! We have a house now! Which is a huge relief because we won't have to run around Anchorage trying to find a house once we get up there! It is on base in the Moose Crossing neighborhood. It is a 2 bedroom/2.5 bath with a bonus room and 1-car garage. I'm already driving Evan crazy with home decorating ideas (Thanks Pinterest!)
... El Paso, TX (overnight stay, then back on the road) Flagstaff, AZ (2 nights stay while at the national park) Grand Canyon National Park (1 day) Hoover Dam (short visit) Las Vegas, NV (2-3 days stay) Twin Falls, ID (overnight stay) Seattle, WA (2-3 days stay) Then on into Canada and finally into Anchorage! I haven't gotten to planning the last leg of our trip yet. The whole trip should take about 3 weeks. Maggie (my dog) will be ...
... Leaving Earth. Thought that was pretty good and true. We started hooking up everything and when I removed the cap from the tank area, black tank contents came pouring out, seems Bob did not close the black tank valve all the way. So we had to wash everything off. Once we got all hooked up we drove back to the Georgia Welcome Center to pick up some information for future use, then we went to dinner. We decided that tonight we would ...
... in Florida, an area where the water remains 72 degrees year round, ideal for the West Indian Manatee. At times, these springs provide a warm body of water for over 50 manatees to float in. We arrived to the park after dark, and went about setting up for the night with another amazing reverse job by yours truly. The bugs were quite bad, which makes sense as we were in a very wet, very humid area ideal for them. ...