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We are just beginning to pack and prepare for the trip. We've been talking about it for so long, and now it's just days away. I can't believe it is finally here! We have lots to get ready, but soon we'll be on our way, with literally nothing more than the clothes on our backs. The thought is so freeing.
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I am checking out the blog, making sure I can post using my tablet. Want to keep people up with our travels to London, Venice, a cruise to Italy, Greece and Montenegro, then travel on to Pisa and Cinque Terra. Going to be a great trip!!!
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We left the house this morning and went 3 miles and pulled over to fix the bicycle cover. Stopped at a rest area on I 75 and fixed the front wheel well cover, the bolts sheared and I put new bolts in to repair. Stopped for lunch and then finished the day at the welcome center in Alabama. The brake buddy for the car braking system burned up, so that's capute. On to New Orleans tomorrow. First day out so far so ...
... the boat yard. Two visits, two bites. I'm thinking I don't want to hang around the boat yard much more.
Well, once we looked over all the stuff Leon was working on, we headed down to the dock. It is a fishing dock that is built on the Intracoastal Waterway that runs along the east side of the park they live in. Residents use it to fish, relax and watch the wildlife. There are often manatees in this area and we have seen them on prior ...
... hand. We return to the Visitor’s Center and I borrow some tape. Thankfully, I do not require a visit to the hospital. But my hand continues to burn for quite some time.
Next, we visit Turtle Mound which is a prehistoric archaeological site. It is the largest shell midden (a dunghill or refuse heap) on the mainland United States, with an approximate height of 50 feet. The mound extends for over 600 feet along the shoreline and contains over ...