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Sorry I have got behind on my blogging. Just too much too see & too tired to post once we got back to the room at night. There was a lot to see in Boston so I won't boar u with all the pictures but will show u a few. I think this about catches me up. We r having a good ...
... we will explore.
Wednesday is devoted to loading, onto planes, trains, and automobiles (not necessarily in that order), both ourselves and our various gear, all tagged for delivery to Rome. With this journey we get to begin a bit closer to home. Our flight leaves from the nearly-local ...
... class boarding. Once called, we were whisked from the lounge to our Cathay Pacific 777-300ER in a matter of minutes and soon found our home away from home for the next ~23 hours. Since we booked so far in advance, we purposely chose a special little section that only housed 8 business class mini suites. It’s directly behind the insane first class section which only has 6 suites but ahead of the boarding door so absolutely nobody boarded near ...
... Next, footwear & clothing for 4 kinds of weather times 6 people. That's slippers, sandals, hiking boots, rain boots...times 6, gore tex jackets for rain, fleece for cool, and parkas for cold...times 6; hats for sun, hats for cold, zip-off hiking pants, socks, gloves, long underwear...you get the idea. Handled rectangular totes from the Container Store are keeping everyone's clothing neatly organized.
Our Suburban is now our ...
- Badlands & Mt. Rushmore
- Grand Tetons
- Salt Lake City
- Sequoia National
- The Grand Canyon
We're going to be flexible with our itinerary - if we want to stay somewhere longer we will. If we are done sooner, we'll move on. No reservations! (Sounds like a good name for a TV show :-))
This trip is made possible ...
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2151 Berlin Turnpike, Newington | Motelfrom $35