Lake June West
Travel Blogs from Lake Placid
... the World, ever since, appearing on cruise ships with a Multi Instrumental Act. Cruising has taken me many times through the Panama and SuezCanals. To Tahiti, the Mediterranean,the Caribbean and all the high, popular spots of shipping destinations.l have been mainly working for Princess Cruises.
"Seeing the world on a ship is great, but seeing it from up in the sky in a light aircraft will be the ultimate".
... me in the eye,
l like him already.
First thing they did was clean the wheel wells, get it inside and start stripping it.
We went over the aircraft and Phil suggested necessary mods and also work which needed to be done.It took Phil a few days to get the full picture but all good.
No mincing around.
It's got a few lasar mods on it but a few more for the wings and tail won't go astray.
... to keep Ozzi quiet from disturbing the birds. It was an amazing sight to see all these birds enjoying the place together. Wayne took many photos and then returned to the car and drove us down among the birds. He said there was one surprise among the birds and as we approached I saw the the surprise was one huge alligator. Wayne had been down among these birds with this huge alligator just lying ...
... was a rodeo taking place which also included native crafts, bull riding and alligator wrestling. As we arrived late in the afternoon we decided we would return on Sunday and pressed on to the casino where we played the slots and had supper. No big wins but we had fun and then it was home to relax in our little motel room.
... in such a short time makes it difficult to get to know an area before you have to move on. The best part was being able to see Alex for a few days. We saw some beautiful sights, and have a new appreciation for the diverse beauty of the USA.
This is the last entry in this blog. I hope you enjoyed it; I hope to be able to share more trips in the future.
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