Travel Blogs from New Boston
... the field a couple of times a year and it's easier to find stones then. It was fun to dream and we can say we have been there.
Thunderstorms are suppose to start tonight and be severe tomorrow so we will be leaving early hoping to miss them.
... up on it quickly and she debuted her riding talents in the shows today. John and I made sure to run back into the tent to cheer for her.
Before intermission of the second show, a man and his young grandson came out for some fresh air. We got to talking and he said that he loves bringing his grandkids to the circus every year. He and I talked for quite a while, him asking a lot of questions about what it’s like to travel with the show and what the people are like who are ...
Hi everyone,Not much news to report but that's a good thing when you are travelling. we arrived in Texarkana last night quite tired after a long drive so just ate dinner and crashed. We are now in green-grass, no-snow country with sunny skies and 14C. Will check in later but so far all is smooth sailing.Cheers,Nina and ...
Crossed the Big Mississippi River mid-day. Impressive.
Sunny and getting warmer. Finally. I had to switch from short to long pants and socks today! I froze on Sunday!
We have reached Texas border today (Texarkana) and begin ...
... and crossing the Mississippi past the Mud Island Pyramid in Memphis, I heard something peculiar and paid it no mind.
At a Flying J for some petrol, I jumped out to do some sprints (and quickly found out that there were no water fountains…bummer). While filling up and talking to a fellow NCarolinian (who was also headed to TX and a super cheerful fellow) I noticed something iridescent in between my bikes. The hat. Ralph Ronalter’s ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking