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... 4 weeks and will stop at many of the National Parks in Colorado, Utah and California. We have a pretty ambitious itinerary, and may not get to all of it, but I am sure that we will see a lot and do a lot.
We started our adventure yesterday with a fish fry for the family at our house so that we could see everyone before we left. My sister, Christine, cooked Lake Erie Perch for all of us. The weather was beautiful, so it was a great day. Plus ...
... are 300 gays in this small town on the prairie? The one
sight to see in Gays is the two-story outhouse in the center of town. I can’t
figure out how anyone would see the benefits of building a two-story outhouse,
but at risk of sounding like a character from the South Park show all I could
think was, “That is so Gay!”
En route to Lincoln’s boyhood cabin near Lerma I stopped at
a small cemetery behind ...
... on the road and ready to roll.
Once I got past Kansas City the scenery got a bit more interesting. It was a little bit hilly and there were tall trees that were showing the blush of autumn which was very scenic and a welcome change. The trees and also provided some wind block which was nice too. I got settled in and the miles melted ...
Hi everyone. Well, we are on our way west. We left Michigan yesterday and made it to Effingham, Illinois before we stopped for the night. Across from the hotel was a local steakhouse that came highly recommended by the hotel clerk. The prices were very reasonable and the food - well, let's just say we got what we paid for. Jeff has me spoiled with his cooking. Today, we stopped in Highland, Illinois to try the foot high pie at Blue Springs Cafe. ...
... number states, population, significant events in US history, etc. Both Maggie and I were surprised to learn how many important factors in western expansion are directly related to the states of New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, or involved the persons from these states. If your interested and want a taste of museum follow this link: http://www.nps.gov/jeff/planyourvisit/n ineteenth-century-timeline.htm Eventually all good things come to ...