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Travel Blogs from Oxford
... to express how grateful I am that he caught my mistake. Checking the fuel caps is on the Takeoff Checklist, but I wouldn't want to bet on it.
This is probably a good time to talk about Alex as a copilot and traveling companion. Here I was afraid that he wouldn't be adaptable to life on the road, yet he has surprised me at every turn. Whenever there is a delay and I tell him about it, he comes back with "that's OK". Whenever he ...
... Road, Richmond, IN.
This is the same KOA as last time, so there really isn't much new to say about the campground. There are more people here than last time.
Tonight we had Grandma's cheese and bean quesadillas for supper and they were delicious. Tomorrow should be a shorter ride because were headed to Cambridge, Ohio.
See you all soon!
... was a lot nicer than the previous one. It had a nice small lake where you could fish and rent paddle boats, and a hiking trail or "nature trail" as they call it. The trail was probably about a mile and a half and was very nice and shady. I would definitely return to this campsite.
... so I can stay in touch with my classmates. I'm sure I'm forgetting some things, but you get the picture - I have an unfortunately necessary extra bag. 5:00 in the morning, waiting at the airport terminal, I can't help but think that I should have just packed a suitcase and saved myself the trouble. I'm about to see how much trouble my semi oversized backpack will actually ...
... pure maple syrup from Costco :'( Then I realized I became a stereo typical brown guy when I took two bananas for the road on the way back to the room. But I felt qualified when Firas did the same without knowing I had hoarded the bananas as ...
Other places to stay in Oxford
75 S Main Street, Oxford | 3 star hotelfrom $75
5190 College Corner Pike, Oxford | 2 star hotelfrom $72
6 East Sycamore Street, Oxford | Hotelfrom $98
5056 College Corner Pike, Oxford | 2 star hotelfrom $99
351 N Fisher Dr, Oxford | Hotelfrom $114