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... near the only open water still not frozen over.
The hike wasn't very long - about 2.6 miles, but the conditions did make it more challenging than it would be the rest of the year. Since the park is so close to "Base Camp", I'm sure I will be back this way again. ....and the pond is calling for my kayak to put in! :) ...another adventure to ...
... if end up volunteering at the museum once I settle in :)
....what can I say, the Air Force is in my blood!
...or should I say: "theAir Force is like family"!
....or maybe, "just keeping it blue"! :)
If you want more information about this great museum, see there webpage at:
... outdoors at a state park near home.
The hike at Cape Henlopen was one I had actually completed previously - The Point - where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Delaware Bay. Our guide provided some very entertaining comments, especially for the children who continued to find things in the sand that they wanted him to identify. ...
We have been back in the US for about 3 months now and are ready for another adventure. In the last two years we have travel over 100,000 miles, been to 4 continents maybe 5 if Dubai is in Africa, lived in Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, England, France and of course Argentina as well as shorter visits to a few other countries. We are now ready for another and possibly just as exotic adventure. We ...
This was a fantastic place! This campground was right next to the Indian River Inlet. Next to the campground was the Indian River Bridge. This is one of the most beautiful bridges I have ever seen. Ever day we used to walk to the beach which was just a short walk from our camp site. We explored this area for two weeks. ...
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