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... of snow here in Chicago yesterday. It has certainly been a cold start to the trip but has had little effect on what we have been doing. A special hello to our friend Molly Copeland if you are reading - we hope you have enjoyed our travel blog so far. Updated detail on Chicago: - Watched Chicago Bulls beat Charlotte Hornets at United Centre - Went on the ...
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I love to travel. I'm sure, if you are reading this, that we have that in common. I am not rich by any means but I feel like life is short and I should experience adventures now instead of waiting a whole lifetime and trying to do everything when I am older and may not be able to enjoy it as much.
Not everyone will agree with me but I prefer to live for the now. Every year as I ...
... or wares. From what we see they make good furniture and farm crops, dairy and fruit and vegetables and if course with the importance of the horses in their daily life there is the need for a blacksmith and harness and buggy makers. They run the shops and businesses in the town or from the farm gate. It was a very interesting and enjoyable afternoon. Back on the road now to St Louis. We probably won't cross the border tonight opting to stay ...
... good news is that I didn’t panic; the bad news is: I did nothing!!!!!! STUPID!!!!. We moved on without my fin, but damm it – it’s an expensive fin! We met up with our instructor and took a short cut to the top, holding on at the 15’ mark for our decompression and then on up.
Our second dive was the wreck dive, and even though I was without a fin, we still did it. The instructor told us we were to tie a line to one portion of the wreck, and then ...