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Our "Great Adventure" actually starts on this date. I know we won't be leaving Huntington Beach until May 1, but this will be the beginning of Mike's triathlon season.
Our "Adventure" will be centered around triathlons in different states. We want to see as much of this wonderful country as possible and this sounded like a fun way to have to keep moving on.
We have many family members ...
... is super small. I don't know how effective or how much I will need this on the trip, but for the weight I'll take the gamble. This unit weighs 7 ounces and the pretty pink is just delightful :P Afterall, it rains all the time in Ireland.
#40 Buddy Lee Jump Rope - Ebay $24 new: ...
... It was fun thinking of what we may need for our little kitchen. We had decided that we would eat out once a day while we were travelling. The camper did not come with a coffee pot so we bought a small reuseable coffee filter. I guess we could have used a small inexpensive kitchen ...
... this post (well, I can, but I won't). I've finally come to the conclusion why: I'm terrified. On January 8th (yes... tomorrow), I leave to study abroad in Salzburg, Austria. Not the predicted response, I'm sure, but I will explain.
I leave for four moths of studies and travel. Don't get me wrong, I am exhilarated by that. The people I will be traveling with, living with, and future FaceBook stalking, amounts to ...
... down in 70 degree weather looking at palm trees all decorated and fake snow on people lawns, but it was a blast and am so glad we got to experience that in for our first Christmas here. It was a treat and much needed while preparing for our future full time Boondocking lifestyle. And for any of you wondering what that term "Boondocking" means, it is when you dry or disperse camp on public land, in federal parks or wherever allowed out on your own in most cases ...