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... the avid traveler, warned me not to drag my worn out wheelie suitcases through the airports on a long trip like this. Hard side spinners are the only way to go, and be sure to buy bright colors for easy spotting in the airport baggage areas. So what do you think of these? Bright enough? And so Caribbean! I also found on line a carry-on regulation size wheelie shopping tote with style (Olympia) to carry ...
... hell......and all unpaved. We got out of there and booked it to Grants Pass.....along the way we have decided that I should no longer choose our detours and we will no longer eat at shady diners in small towns! It was a ****** morning (no pun intended), a better afternoon, and a really eventful day. It made for good memories! We are now at the Super 8, the boys are sleeping and we are showered and ready for bed.....looking forward to the boat ride in the morning along with my champagne ...
... country as many times as he did with his 9 kids...it wasn't always smooth sailing or glorious conditions, but ue had his family (and toolbox) by his side and I think he was a better person for the experiences he had. And oh the memories!! I have my own, but I continue hearing more about the ones I wasn't around yet to experience! Thank you Grampa for giving me the desire for the open road. I look forward to passing down the legacy!!
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Bleary-eyed, I paint a bagel with raw honey and peanut butter while dark coffee burns me into alertness. The world sleeps, yet for 131 restless individuals and their crew, the journey begins here. I assess the condition of my crew:
- Jim Triolo – Father, Crew Chief. This man is a machine. Calm yet focused. Competitive yet compassionate. Couldn’t think of anyone better to lead the support team.
... in that shallow depth without running aground.... The trick is just to keep going obviously, because if the boat is hydroplaning correctly then not enough of it is actually far enough underwater to get stuck. The driver even told us that if we had ...