Travel Blogs from Jackson
... while another car full of good Samaritans passes us and starts gesturing wildly for us to pull over......
The pins on the starboard coupler had popped and we had been dragging 1/2 the tow bar for a while, the road grinding off a good chunk of the coupler. The minivan was only being held by 1/2 the bar and had been swinging behind the bus.
Moral of the story:
1) check your lynch pins
2) double check the f.n.g
... their cars, to solute them and welcome them to Washington, IL and Matt received a really nice surprise also....Special friends of ours, Bob and Magel Debo from Glen Carbon,IL came to see him and wish him well and they brought their daughter Jill and 2 granddaughters Morgan and Mackenzie , The girls sure liked that pretty Packard. Sure wish I could have been there to see ...
... a plane and head for San Francisco. We'll stay one evening there and on the 16th our journey begins as we take off towards Auckland, New Zealand.
We will pass the international date line warping us a day into the future when we land. I'll do my best to update this blog so all my friends, co-workers and family can keep up with me on this once in a lifetime trip!
... et c'est en voulant lui faire prendre de l'élan
que nous coincerons notre beau destrier, le coté gauche touche le
sol on peu même lui ouvrir les portes... 3h00 du matin nous n'avons
plus le choix, nous prenons la décision (et surtout y sommes
obligés) de passer la nuit ici,le lit est un toboggan et ils nous
faut nous laver à la lingette pour ne pas salir les draps... Du
coup, couchés et on entends toujours les chiens le train et... Un
you had drawn it with a paintbrush and there was much less debris. We passed a
impressive civil engineering project called the Olmstead Project which will
eventually be a huge dam and lock on the Ohio that will replace two other old
locks. They have been working on this for decades and the completion date is
officially “undetermined”. We passed through the old locks without much trouble except for having to ...