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We are headed to Baltimore in a few hours to bring our RV and truck to the dock! Been busy getting camper and truck ready to go...
Phil found a photo of the ship it will be going on. Will try to post that on blog along with more details soon, but it looks like ship will leave Baltimore 11/10 and arrive in Southampton England on the day after Thanksgiving. Getting excited! It's finally getting close!
Some California Highway info:
2 million cubit feet of storage volume - like a football field 30 feet deep. (Sounds big, but Niagara Falls would fill it in 30 seconds.)
As of this writing, it recently left Bruges. MarineTraffic.com tracks this vessel live ...
... our shipping company as to when they can ship our RV and vehicle to Europe. Once we get a date from them, we can book our air travel.
In the meantime, we are catching up on a lot of homeschooling as most everyone is off to work during the day. Discovered that my kids love practicing cursive writing, math worksheets and word problems. It's nice to have access to a printer. :-)
... me is the amount of exposure from overhanging rock on some of these routes. And there are a lot of 'easy' routes that get these overhanging kind of climbs.
Here are the details of of what we climbed on each day.
Day 1 (Monday, Oct. 20)- Ben and I drove in from Lake Placid to the Mohonk Preserve. We arrived in the afternoon, so we were only able to do one climb. We opted for doing Shockley's (5.6). This was the climb that broke me!
We are now in Milford, PA at Phil's sister's house. She has a hot tub that the kids have been itching to get into ever since they found out about it. First thing this morning upon waking, they both pounced on me to get in. "No, you need to eat breakfast." After breakfast, "No, you need to make your beds and rake leaves for Uncle Pete." How 'bout now? "No, we needed to do school and prep the camper for shipping overseas." Then the negotiating started. Genevieve: "Hey, ...