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... has a lovely home and it was a very good visit. We rounded out the day with dinner at Jami and Larry's home.
18 May, Monday, Atlanta: This morning Joe and Buzz and I took a walk to see the houses that are being built in a neighborhood at the end of their street. One of the homes is for sale. It is 10,000sf, has six bedrooms, six full baths, and two half baths. The price has just been reduced to $1.7 million. The other ...
Went up to Vault Motor Storage today, planning on putting onboard some final items and decided that since Campers Inn was ready for us and Vault Motor Storage had prepped The Taj for departure, that we'd leave VMS early and bring The Taj to Campers Inn to get an early start. Vault Motor Storage in Merrimack NH was a great place to store our Bus. Joelle was great every time we came up, ensuring we were ok. Her dad, ...
... A must do for anyone visiting here.
Who would have thought Jim and I would make it to see The Great Wall once, never mind 3 times!
I won’t restate the same history, and detailed descriptions but share a few observations and post lots of photos from this trip. May is certainly a lovely time to visit weather-wise. Very comfortable temperatures on the Wall and the scenery so green compared to January and November. It seems most tourists would agree with me and the ...
We made our way up to Salem, New Hampshire in early October of firstie year to watch the Army-Boston College football game. Knep and I drove up to Nick Miles' house, where we stayed along with Cody and Emily, Nick and Tara, and Alex Ganz. We hung out at Nick's on Friday night, ...
... Camry said we were about 5 miles short of what Garmin said we had left to go. We also needed to get some groceries, so there would be at least one more stop. Again, we were passing by a lot of the places where we had been. Geneva and Auburn were just exit signs this time. About this point the Thruway takes a more northerly course than does Route 20. Just east of Syracuse it roughly follows the Erie Canal/ Mohawk River all the way to Albany.