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What a lush, pretty place Bald Eagle State Park is....and nature is in full regalia here. Many, many songbirds in the meadows, rabbits everywhere, fire flies at night. It feels so good to be surrounded by this natural beauty. The park was very quiet with ...
We are making final preparations for the trip. It is amazing how much stuff you can cram into a backpack and carry on suitcase! The visas and passports have arrived, and all that is left is wrapping up the last few days of the school year and finalizing the last minute details before our flight leaves next Saturday. There is still a lot to do, but I am sure these last four days will fly by. Wish us ...
... visitor centre. It turned out that, unfortunately, Triposo had been feeling ill that day and was talking s*** when he told us about the festival. Hungry we took off for Plattsburgh. In Phyllisburgh we found a Mcdonalds that had $1 any size drinks and a Family Dollar with cheap lollies so we stocked up on sugar and headed to our next home on the road. Not much was accomplished in Perrysburgh although it turns out the name itself ...
... a ravine and maybe died. The car is damaged but we our safe.
The funny part is that nobody stopped to see if we were ok they just keep on driving. So we continued to drive on. About 1 hour into our drive there was no snow. We saw 5 plows just sitting there ...
... in Nepal, I wrote about Joe Paterno as the Sandusky scandal unfolded… how weird is that? But in this day and age, with internet and skype, the world is so much closer.
Since I needed pictures to make this entry a bit more graphically appealing, I've included some of the best faces that I've seen during my travels.
Now back to psyching and torquing myself up for this next sojourn… and I am now psyched and ...
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