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Wellllllllll.......... things got interesting last Tuesday afternoon, August 6 but things are OK and thankfully we've been able to continue the trip without too much lost time although we were unable to visit two of my favorite desert parks; Mojave Preserve and Joshua Tree.
As most dramas go, this is a long story and I, Stacey, and the girls could each tell our versions. Here's mine (Joe).
Just after passing through Needles, CA on Interstate 40 and heading into ...
... in San Francisco, and an 8 hour bus ride to LA with no sleep. I checked in and at the same time signed up for the tour to Universal Studios which was leaving at 11:25am. Because I just freshened up (a squirt of deodorant and a change of shirt) i was ready early and thats when i went in search of a polling station. I walked in and was obviously greeted and i simply blurted out that I couldn't vote, although I'd love to, because I am South African but am ...
... 8th of January.
As 2011 comes to a close we are very aware of how fortunate we are to have been blessed with good health and the opportunity to live such a wonderful lifestyle. A few of our friends are facing some major health issues and they are constantly on our minds and in our hearts. We wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year. May 2012 be filled with hope, faith and good will and may you all be blessed with joy and happiness!
... climbing enthusiast. So we wander around trying to find some less Jumbo rocks. We find some and Elwood happily climbs and explores. He enjoy giving a commentary when he is climbing to explain what rescue mission he is on this time. He could do that all day!
We get back in the car and drive to Hidden Valley. This is amazing. You can imagine dinosaurs here. It is just like how they depict the landscape when in dinosaur days . We could ...
... south to Missouri, Oklahoma and into Texas. We were joined in Austin by our friends, The Wolkoff's and had a long over due visit. In our southbound travels we managed to visit three Presidential Libraries, Truman, Bush Sr. and Lynden Johnson. All were fabulous.
We slowly made our way back to CA just in time for Halloween and Thanksgiving. Whew, what a year. I’m told the average RV’er puts about 5,000 to 7,000 miles per year on an RV. We did over ...
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