Silver Saddle Motel
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... decisions I wanted to on my own at any given time, yet not knowing how the day was going to unfold, or who or what I would encounter along the way. It was such a wonder to be had, not having set plans or sleeping arrangements day after day. You are free to wander and explore as much as you want, wherever the urge takes you. I've come to discover that I absolutely love this way of traveling for a change.
Eight hours from when I started ...
... we were all trying to stay warm and positive and focused. We'd often times just broke out into laughter at the absurdity of the event and we all joked and got along well. So well in fact that we all decided to go to a restaurant together to celebrate over margaritas and rejoice on being back on land.
So the saga continues with Ben and Elizabeth just trying to get in some climbs without getting killed by the onslaught of storms. Until next time, cheers!
... It is built completely from wood and reminds me of a giant barn.
The Auditorium is still used today and a series of lectures, live musical performances and silent films are held throughout the year. The Dining Hall is now a restaurant. The cottages are also available for rental.
We we saw our first squirrel in the gardens. I didn't manage to get a photo but Noel did.
We then visited ...
... amongst the thousands on niches that populate the Earth. I mean no offense when I say hick; I'm simply using the world to give the reader a one-word description of who I am dealing with.
So these hicks pull up next to me in a beat-up silver pickup, both wearing camo baseball hats and smoking what I can only guess are Pyramids or Pall Malls. The driver, who looks like he was repeatedly hit in the ...
... surfing, rock climbing, and many other activities. We explored the historic 25th street, the same street that Al Capone supposedly strolled. We visited Union Station, the historic railroad junction, and walked through their 3 different museums and exhibits. We enjoyed a lengthy conversation with a soon to be 90 year old WWII vet in the John Browning Gun Museum. He shared many of his own WWII experiences and stated that ...