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Then, aboard a much larger plane, the slingshot sends us retracing our route and soaring aloft across the Atlantic, where we hope to sleep for a few brief hours before setting foot and gear in Italy.
Stay tuned, Blogonauts! The next post will come from northern shin country, Roma!
... 8217;s a sour plum tea mixed with cranberry juice, honey, and fresh lemon juice with a hint of rose water and an actual tiny rosebud floating in it. Delicious!
After dinner we decided to change into our sleeping clothes, fold our beds down completely flat, and try to get a few hours of sleep before we landed in Vancouver. Fully lie flat beds make a world of a difference for long haul flights. Bringing our own pillows was ...
The Mojos packed up and hit the trail! A quick 4 mile round trip hike up Provin Mountain to see the sights!
On the way up, we stopped to admire the cliffs and saw two hikers up on the south side. An exchange of waves led one of the hikers to yell out: "my friend, Jesus loves you today!". We thanked him and went on our way.
We took several pictures of ...
... are so going there.
We take Hightway 1 along the coast which is the scenic route. For lunch we stop at Josh's place in Maine for Lobster Rolls - they were so good. Maine is known for its lobster!
We visit Fort Knox State Historic Site in Maine. Fort Knox was built after the 1812 war to protect the Penobscot River from invading English. The fort was amazing.
We ride on to Cape Elizabeth in Maine and ...
Had a great visit with Bill's Mom and sister Peggy and her family. Niece Caitlyn's boyfriend Bradley joined us for most of the time, and Bill's other sister Paula made it to dinner with us. After leaving Peg's, we checked out Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Casinos -- not much luck but lots of ...