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Flew from McGregor Minnesota to Walla Walla Washington, 1050nm (1945km) in 13 hours non stop. By far my longest flight, but great news is I landed with 18 gallons (70 litres) of fuel, which from memory is the size of the original Searey fuel tank! Enough for another 3 hours flying. Crossed vast plains, some desert, and the Rocky Mountains. Quite a day.
Started pre dawn, with a plan to ...
AS IF GOING to Morocco isn't enough excitement for one trip, there's even more in store! Doug and I figure that once we've invested the time (24+/- hours including the time change) and money (don't ask) to fly all the way to Europe (or North Africa in this case), we might as well see and do as much as we can while we're there. Makes sense, right? So, after we complete our 16 days on the Road Scholar Morocco tour, we are flying ...
... likelihood of getting a ride for the boys, we split up into three hitch-hiking teams of two--one boy and one girl. As I remember it, my team of two had little trouble getting a ride with a nice middle-aged man in an old red pick-up truck. The drive was long and as it neared lunch time, we stopped in the shade of one of the few trees along the roadside (an oasis, perhaps?) where he shared his lunch of oranges, bread and cheese. ...
Note Bene: If you already received this journal post, please excuse and disregard this second mailing. Apparently, I made a small change in the date, and as a result this entry became a "DRAFT" and cannot be accessed until I publish it a second time. This is one reason I begin my travel journal days ahead of my actual trip--to work out whatever bugs I might encounter. Your patience is appreciated. :)
SCHOOL is back ...
... has a natural gift of gab and the sincerity to go along with it which allows him to make friends everywhere he travels. Doug and I coasted into some very delightful encounters with the locals--especially in Assisi, Italy--on his gregarious coat tails. What fun it was!
3. Touring is hard work--I know I sound a bit ungrateful to 'complain' that being a tourist is hard work, but it does take stamina and determination. The work begins with ...