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Another day another long drive 200 miles. We headed to Crater Lake it’s a volcano that erupted 8000 years ago. It is now filled with water hence the name, The couple of hours we spent there were very enjoyable we were very high up the temp was only 60 degrees . The views were really spectacular. Leaving was less fun for me ...
... river with islands, sand bars and such. I can only envision how it looked 200 years ago. The Crooked River Gorge just north of Redmond is very impressive. By traveling south, you will see it, going north you miss it. That is again the benefit of the "reverse view". So we made a photo op stop to immortalize it for our blog and letters. Sorry Captain...you missed it...it was too dangerous for either dog to ...
... 8211; a vibrant and cosmopolitan city with a huge number of visitors and locals comingling in the ancient alleys and beautiful piazzas. Monuments and memorials merge in a seamless sequence – the local guides we hired were able to bring the past to life and convey the pride of their city of today.
Munich – Back in Germany by plane (the only leg of the trip not done by trains) I began to reformulate my notions ...
... This text will be amended a number of times as more details become clear about this adventure. The original travelers are Gwenn, Carlos, Carolyn and Barry. This group to relive Gus' incredible journey, as well as to discover more about so much of what took place in the Second War.
Itinerary: Fly from the US to London on June 20th 2013 – return from Paris on July 11th, 2013
London to Portsmouth by train ...
Yep he made it and no worse for the ...
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