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We saw places and things that just boggle the mind, like forests sloping off into the sea, the redwoods, and a brilliant blue ocean. We had mostly good meals, and enjoyed the local cuisine. We made new friends and saw old ones. We went weird places, like prison. We went normal and popular places, like the Santa Monica Pier. We drove over 1300 miles and saw places that we had only read about or seen on TV. It was good....and every trip ...
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The Standing Stone was a 13-foot (4.0 m)-tall rock that once stood upright on a sandstone ledge in the area. It was the legendary boundary between Cherokee and Shawnee territory and marked the Cherokee Tallonteeskee Trail. The ...
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Two of the larger pieces of the stone were pushed over to one side after the railroad
... a temporary part of where we are, instead of merely voyeurs. Lunch with the locals on the side of a rural road in Scotland will stick with me years longer than that umpteenth church tour in some big city.
This trip will be no different. We plan on seeking different places out on the edges. We plan on going where most people don't get a chance to see or don't choose to experience. We're going to eat different foods, hang out with ...
... to find out the answers to those questions when I get there.
Am I nervous? Yes, but not too much. The only thing I am really worried about is navigating a large city in a foreign language, especially since my Spanglish skills are not the best.
I am hoping for a wide, new adventure. Seeing new sites, a new country and making new friends. Hopefully I will be able to update from the road . . .