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... I bet he was the truck parked next to us..... He said,"hey!!" Not in a friendly way but in a wtf way. He then watched me walk back to the cab (I think he was bewildered). Yes, I have a pee pot (more about that later). Men can just hang off the side of the truck. Fueling up takes a long time....we have a small tank. They can get up to 300 gallons though. To fill the tank on this truck can cost $750! Besides fueling there ...
... for years, traveled through Canada, enjoying all the majesty of the Canadian Rockies, and the Yukon, experienced the vast, wild, and beautiful Alaska, and had a relaxing week long cruise seeing and visiting more of Alaska and the Canadian coast. We are so thankful to Henry and Tricia for suggesting this adventure to us and experiencing it with us. We enjoyed our time together renewing our friendship and making new memories!!
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... If anyone had asked me if I could climb 26 stories I would have said NO WAY! So I am kind of proud of myself. After all, I’m almost 60 years old and Mike is almost 65.
We left the park feeling that we had definitely seen and walked as much of the Smokies and Blue Ridge Mountains that we wanted to on this trip and headed to Columbia, SC to the University of ...
... May 18 and return to South Carolina on June 28. During this trip, we will visit South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Canada and Alaska. We have many sights planned to visit and I am sure there will be many more unplanned ones. My hope is to blog and post pictures to this blog site. It will be my way to keep everyone updated on our trip as well as a journal for Ben and ...
After that someone was supposed to take us to our residence halls and show us around. Because my residence hall is a 10 minute walk away from the Horseshoe (which is the main part of campus) someone had to drive me so the volunteer student who took me to get my carolina card left me with someone who worked for the study abroad office. She drove me there and then literally carried out one bag and then left me out the front and ...