Travel Blogs from Hamilton
... all had flood gauges that went up to 5 feet, so I suspect all of the roads had gates that could be used to close the roads to through traffic during flash floods. Of course, this is all speculation at this point.
Someone gave us directions to a picnic site which turned out to be a wonderful spot at a Lookoff point on the top of a hill near Ink ...
... drying heat from my face.
I was wetting down my headbands, wearing a cooling vest that was totally saturated and sucking on melted ice water as I travelled to try to stay cool and hydrated. I am so grateful to my buddy Catherine Durrett for lending me her camel pack so I can drink cold water as I travel. By filling the pouch with ice, it also helps to add to ...
Beautiful state park with nice hiking trail along the waters edge. Adam did great for most of the hike and Anna had issues with the proximity to cactus. Both kids reached the end of their hiking stamina before we made it back to the car and it was quite the battle to get them back to ...
Booked passage with the vanishing Texas river cruise company and had a 2 hour tour of the lake. Wind conditions made it impossible to land ashore to see Blufton, which is normally under water, but because of the drought, has made possible for shore ...
... in Geneva and becomes all-time popular with Russians who are applauding his achievements in a nationalistic craze thinking, maybe, that this is a continuation of the Olympic Games in Sochi". April 25 – The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Fatou Bensouda, opens a preliminary examination of the crimes, committed during Yanykovych's regime in Ukraine. April 25 – Russia has refused to participate in another meeting of states-participants ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed