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My back is still killing me! I finally had to just leave poor Mike to drive by himself. No navigation this afternoon. Poor guy. I am laying down in the bedroom.
Mike happened to find a small sign (shades of Keene's Lake) and turned down the road. He happened upon a HUGE campground! Lots of people that ...
... and gift shops. We had a walk around and then headed north. We cruised along the coastline - Sherrie had our first taste of the interstate (!) which was fun! We stopped at the famous Ipswich clambox and gawped at the length of the queue! Safe to say we hung around long enough for the photo op! However, longer still was the queue of cars to get into Ogunquit. We had Maine lobster, which was yummy (you get a plate, a lobster, a pot of ...
... br> Niagara Falls/Maid of the Mist
Rafting on the Salmon River in Idaho
Soaking in hot springs
Floating in the Great Salt Lake
Watching the Who's on First routine by Abbott and Costello
Hotel water slides
Finding our 50th state license plate (Hawaii) in SLC
Saying "Somali Wild Ass"
Spending time with our family, and with family and friends
The road warriors are ...
... museum just outside. Was hoping Chris didn't see it but he did. I offered to go in with him but thank goodness he was thoughtful and we went shopping instead!!!!
It was a little cooler evening so no swimming in the pool. Just a quiet night at camp........and maybe another episode, or two, maybe even 3, of "Orange is the New Black!"
Looking forward to David and Ellen arriving tomorrow!
Well folks, the co-captain and crew of s/v Vagabond is home safe and sound and the writer of this blog has been terribly remiss through a combination of poor wifi connectivity, lack of computer time and lack of inspiration to write. So hopefully that will be rectified now.
Saturday, July 19th saw Admiral Sue depart Horsham for Maine via the land yacht Pita. She overnighted in Auburn/Worcester, MA then continued on to Boothbay on Sunday. ...