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Hiccup at the start with a bag left at the Parker's, but we made it to our place by 2:30 and were able to check in. Dinner tonight with John and Jenny Kubiak at their home. Great evening catching up.
... long, the railroad has grown to 3/4 acre. The trains are driven into a workshop each night. They are checked for any necessary repairs,cleaned, and made ready for the next day.
It was a beautiful warm day to walk around the zoo. After returning to the RV park we had Happy Hour and a potluck dinner. So a nice end to a fun day.
... had worked as a Navy physician, worked for Colin Powell and the State Department, was a child actor and is a stand-up comedian. His first love is acting and the stage. His mother was an actress and worked with Marilyn Monroe, his father was a cinematographer who worked on shows like the Mary Tyler Moore Show, and ...
Day 46 Another really early morning as today we are driving the longest distance. It will take us 10 hours to get to our next campsite. To break up the drive we stopped at a conservation where we got to see karakaw cats, leopards and cheetahs! I got to pet, snuggle and hug a cheetah! One of the happiest moments of my life! It was so much like a cat. It purred, and loved its belly scratched. We got back on the truck and kept driving. We got to our campsite, set up, and left ...
... were off to find the next cats.
Rusty and Laura, a mother-daughter pair, were found a ways away. Unfortunately though, the boys had chased the cars and followed us to where we found the girls. Matt got out and ran Teddy and Aiyla under some trees quite a distance from where we were with Rusty and Laura. The octopus was set down and Kate monitored while Rusty and Laura (primarily Rusty) had her fun. Laura is a bit more ...