Big Tree Inn
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... planes, trains, automobiles, and (in Venice), boats.
I was trying to figure it out today, and over the course of the last 25 days I have been in 9 cities (14 if you count cities where we transferred like Chicago and Philadelphia when flying to/from San Diego and Torino, La Spezzia, and Milan when changing trains in Italy). That number also doesn’t count all of the smaller towns around the Langhe, or Cinque Terre, or through Chianti. I have slept in ...
... we had this experience, and so grateful for all the amazing memories we have made. And it's good to know that Bob and I can spend two weeks together, and I'm sad about going back to work and being away from him.
He's the best travel partner and the best husband and the best navigator and the best adventurer and the best... well, just everything. There's no one I would have rather shared this trip with than him. I can't wait for so many more adventures with him. ...
... almost always reserved for camping meals and just tasting them is like being at home in the woods. After breakfast we drove out to the visitor center where we switched keys and started out days adventure. This park is famous for its huge gorges and three magnificent waterfalls. some call this the grand canyon of the east. I call it incredible. We wondered trail to trail to each fall, Alex honing his photography skills ...
... putting doubt in my head at a most inopportune moment. All I remember is starting to faulter, speed up to make it the rest of the way, then giving one last leap to try to reach the other side. I didn't quite make it, to the extreme amusement of my heckler. my bag, camera, and self went sprawling down the side of the hill. I was thrilled to have been the entertainment of the day, which was not yet over... to be ...
...continuing where I left off puts us at our little cabin at Letchworth State Park. The cabin I reserved was basically a cabin with a small fridge and stove.To fold up cots were off to the side and there was a small table. Not bad when you are used to a tent. Alex was relaxing inside while I was piddling around outside when it started raining. I headed in to stay dry and that is when I noticed these giant ant like bugs with wings coming out of the cracks in the ...