Super 8 Worthington
Travel Blogs from Worthington
... in their pens arranged on the alfalfa fields.
In the farmhouse, Klaus and Emily - 7 months pregnant and still working hard - were just getting ready to go out to move the sheep and lambs. The sheep know Emily's voice now, the lambs, a little more so than when they were much younger and less skilled or knowing about flocking. When a lamb gets separated from its mother, it goes to look for her in the last place they were together. But since the ...
... We also had a look at algae under a Leica microscope freshly collected from Silver Lake today. It looked like a feather. The professor told us algae was the first plant to photosynthesize and to produce oxygen for the atmosphere. The second most productive source of oxygen on Earth is algae. It has evolved and lived for the longest time since the beginning of life on this planet.
Paul and I took out a canoe for about 45 minutes on the lake. The ...
... side was varied with trees forest and farms. So pretty. Here we joked about all the Orange cars that seem to be around us. They were everywhere we went. We drove to Minnesota. Entering the state in a construction zone. On the side of a mountain with an amazing view of the lake below. The mountain scenery slowly changed to flat lands and farms as far as the ...
Can we really be leaving in just a couple of days?! For the last month I have been using the guest room as a "staging area" for my packing. Anytime I thought of something that I needed to take, it got tossed on the bed. Now comes the test...will all of that stuff fit into my luggage?
While I have not put a single item into my suitcase, Bob has been totally packed for ...
The other ports also have live webcams. Here are a few more links and the dates that we will be in each spot:
Ketchikan Webcam (June 2)
Juneau Webcam (June 3)
Skagway Webcam (June 4)
Whittier Webcam (June 7)
Seward Webcam (June 7 - 9)