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... RV will be returned to us in the very near future and be just “like new” and in fully functioning order!!
Or, was that the second Bloody Mary talking?
So ends this blog segment of the journey. Still alive to tell future tales (no thanks to Casey’s choice of hiking trails) and we look forward to sharing new and less threatening adventures in the near future. Until then, love to all, and happy trails!!
Jim & ...
... Shirley commented that they had no private life as folks were continually walking around their home and taking pictures. But, the views they have out of their windows are priceless!
We then followed route 102A west to Seawall where a natural seawall of huge boulders protects the land and a few buildings in the area.
From there, we drove north back to the campground after a full day of driving, but the sights were worth every ...
... itinerary but covers the highlights of the South Island maximizing days to be active and moving on to humble lodgings at night. I then have two weeks to be on my own to travel other parts of the country, slow the pace down a bit and experience a few locations not on my first two week plan. So referencing that expanded technology thing...I am currently on a flight from Boston to San Francisco, writing on my iPad mini in this blog format. Once landed and with ...
... Center when everyone is huddled up as if they are embarking on an arctic expedition. They’ll all be sorry when it's boiling hot later on, won’t they?
We purchase our visitors pass and enter the park. And it is indeed spectacular. There are mountains, forests, beaches and lakes. I make an impressive attempt at climbing a mountain trail before deciding that jumping up onto a few rocks and waving at Mr ...
... The live ones are a lot bigger with tiny tendrils round the edge that they use to move about.
Back in the water, it was a shorter paddle of 30 minutes or so to the landing point where the mini bus and trailer was waiting for us. There is no hanging about with these guys, the kayaks were loaded straight up and we were off back to Southwest Harbor. Brian showed us where we had been on a nautical map and confirmed we had travelled ...