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... of the Potomac from maryland back over to Virginia. It is the oldest still operating ferry crossing in North America, first established in 1784. It was about a 10 minute crossing, for all of $8.
From there we continued on upriver, eventually crossing into West Virginia to Harper’s Ferry where we have pulled into a KOA for the night. It is one of the busiest private campgrounds we have been to with dozens of families with young kids having a ...
... my bagged was to stuffed to fit anything else in it. I think I might have seriously overpacked. Last night a guy from our trekking group passed on the weather in Lukla, Nepal. It's not looking good. Highs in the 50's with 50% chance of rain everyday for the next 10. Say a little prayer to the sunshine Gods:) That meant an emergency trip to the Backpackers shop last night where Shelly got me a sweet pair of Gortex hiking pants. ...
... Followed by the Everest expedition -A mountain roller coaster took us on an expedition into the Himalayan mountains. It all goes wrong when the local yeti isn't impressed I swiped his last beer from the snow and as a result he tears the track up. At this point with the roller coaster running backwards in the dark Emma's screams were genuine and I couldn't stop laughing. A great ride and well worth the wait! The other mentionable ride was dinosaurs with a T-Rex putting his ...
Good morning America!
I'm happy to be alive today. Also I am grateful for all of you who have chosen to follow along as I go across this great vast country. It is your support, love, and kindness that fuels the generosity within my heart as well. So much so I was thinking of making a video depicting the homeless tragedy that has struck this city down. But first I have to thank a special friend of mine.
... public holiday I was hoping for, all this seems to have meant is that no one was at work. My host therefore took me on a tour of Philadelphia. We walked into downtown through the leafy parks of washington square, to Independence Hall (surprisingly small for a building wherein were penned the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States). Continuing in the vein of freedom, we peered through the window at the Liberty Bell (didn't ...