La Quinta Inn Georgetown
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... at Cedar Breaks Campground about 2 pm. Jim was working the gate and didn't recognize us in our new "home". We got settled into our site and boy what a view (see pictures)! After getting settled in and eating dinner, we relaxed for a bit. About 8 pm Jim picked Bob up and took him on his rounds and I spent the time with Laura. Then after they got off we gathered at their friends parked next to us and ...
... It was cool this morning so more were out. Lots of mountain bikers and even some walkers.
Last week, I weighed my pack when the water bladder was full. It was 20 pounds. NO WONDER. I thought that it felt heavier but thought it was just my wussiness.
I listened to Hard Core History about never wasting a good crisis. The majority was about the Spanish American War, jingoism, what can be justified by saving ...
First, I've never done a blog as I'm not confident in my writing skills, but this seems better than long emails and it's easy to add pictures. So here goes...
Most of you know I am going back to Antigua to Casa Jackson for a month and Bill will be building cooking stoves in the mountains for 2 weeks. As we prepared for our trip in November, we decided that since I was staying for a month, an apartment might be the way to go. I started with ...
Here are some interesting statistics about our wonderful trip to Asia. We will never forget it! Trip Statistics:
- Trip Length 39 Days
- Number of Air Planes: 15
- Bags Checked Going: 3
- Bags Checked Return: 4
- Air Carriers: 5
- Hotels: 14
- Cities Visited: 29
- Nights on a Boat: 1
- Nights on a Train: 1
- Number of Cab rides: 37
- Number of Subway Trips: ...
... an episode of Being Human. Then it was 'Goodnight Sweetheart'.3rd Nov.
Up at 7.30am while it was still a little dark. Our neighbours had already left and so we decided to get a few miles done before breakfast. We passed through Austin, catching some of the morning rush hour and out the other side. After a while though, our stomachs groaned and the next rest area was a way off, so we pulled into a local information centre and had breakfast there.