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... and were proud of living a simple life.
Our favorite city was St. John's, Newfoundland. Not only did it have a great downtown area, the scenery was spectacular. We got welcoming shout-outs twice in one day from locals who saw our Nevada license plate. Great town!
Newfoundland music was our favorite, but Nova Scotia and PEI ran a close second. Music can be found almost any night in the Maritimes if you make an effort to find it. Some of ...
I was welcomed back to Cincinnati with open arms from my uncle Jeff, aunt Sabrina, and cousins Spencer and Matisse! I stayed with them on my way out east and couldn't stay away so I am back! They are great hosts. It is always a fun time staying with them.
The remainder of my stay in Baltimore was fantastic -- my uncle Pete and I took Gramp out for dinner last night at Kooper's, which is where my cousin Giles works. I had a crab cake sandwich which was delicious. ...
... and figuring out what doesn't really have to go!
For those new to my travel blog, I try to blog every couple of days, if not every day. And, hopefully, you'll enjoy this journey as much as we do.
We are so excited to start the trip and see all that this country has to offer!
Thanks for being part of our Next Great Adventure!
... don't know the general rule that the slow drivers should drive in the right lane, and I am also not learning my lefts and rights as I thought I would on this trip. Maybe I never will. I have driven across many rivers, and most of the state lines I have driven across have been over rivers. I drove over the Ohio River to get into Kentucky and the Mississippi River to get into Illinois.
I'm thankful for this bed! Goodnight ...
... very high maintenance, but when you consider moving halfway across the globe to attend college in the fashion capital of the world, you suddenly want to pack your entire wardrobe, including past and future items. In addition to clothing and shoes, you suddenly need everything else you own too. What if I get deathly ill and can’t find a pharmacy? Meds are important, as are sheets, lotion, books, scissors, an umbrella… I usually ...