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  • A Landscape of a Painting of a LandscapeWe crossed three state borders today: Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania! We planned a visit to Topiary Park in Ohio’s state capital of Columbus. The PRECISE minute we parked, the blue sky and white clouds instantly turned to gray and Posted by WorldTravl in Amal, Rami, & Madeleine's Road Trip! | Jun 24, 2018
  • Day 48A beautiful sunny day for my 400 miles of riding to Sioux Falls. The ride was mostly uneventful except for the part where I geared up for rain and no rain occurred although it really looked threatening. There was also a Posted by Weimerrv in Russ’s Big Adventure | Jun 23, 2018
  • Alaska - on boardSaturday - day at sea. I put my newly-purchased clothes to good use, including the dress I bought for tonight’s formal night. I had no jewelry and ugly shoes, but the dress was nice :) we are having fun laughing Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | Jun 23, 2018
  • AlaskaFlew from Nanaimo to Vancouver to Seattle on Thursday to arrive the night before our Alaskan cruise. Upon arrival in Vancouver, we needed to clear US customs; the process requires that the checked in luggage clear customs prior to clearing Posted by Deb Godley in Deb Travels the World | Jun 23, 2018
  • Dinosaurs & Peyton Manning in SpaceThe Children’s Museum of Indianapolis bills itself as the largest museum for kids in the world, and we believe it! This place is spectacular. It has an astonishing variety of exhibits, and the activities are engaging and fun. [img=https://photos.travelle Posted by WorldTravl in Amal, Rami, & Madeleine's Road Trip! | Jun 23, 2018
  • June 23Spent the morning in town (finished off in style with lunch at SID’S MAIN STREET BBQ), and the afternoon in the onboard A/C. Everything they say about the heat this time of year is true. Must be why winter is Posted by FierceOrc in 2018 US New Mexico Texas | Jun 23, 2018
  • LAST DAY IN SANTA FEBuenos Dias; After a slow start to the day we drove back into Santa Fe for brunch. Yesterday was tiring traveling over the winding roads to Taos & back, about 120 miles round trip. Two items on our agenda were the Posted by dixter in Dick's Travels | Jun 23, 2018
  • Adjustable Computer Desk[[https://www.rackfinity.com/|Adjustable computer desk]]- A better way of organizing heavy tools! With the advent of the internet, people tend to buy things from an online store, so as to save time and money. From electronic appliances to gadgets, everyt Posted by rackfinity017 in Adjustable Computer Desk | Jun 23, 2018
  • All-American FirstsAmal’s first meal at a McDonald’s in the U.S. and first laundry session at a laundromat! Rami’s first Posted by WorldTravl in Amal, Rami, & Madeleine's Road Trip! | Jun 22, 2018
  • Day 47The day started out sunny and warm but there were thunderstorms in the forecast so I took my rain gear. I rode over 200 miles sightseeing today. I will go over 7000 miles tomorrow on the way to Sioux Falls. I Posted by Weimerrv in Russ’s Big Adventure | Jun 22, 2018
  • June 22Yesterday, I neglected to present the beautiful, historical downtown of Sanderson to you. Here it is: Sanderson – By night Another change of plan, another long day driving, today. Posted by FierceOrc in 2018 US New Mexico Texas | Jun 22, 2018
  • TAOS, NEW MEXICOBuenos Dias; Taos, as I mentioned is about 60 miles north of Santa Fe. Traveling along the Rio Grande River through the canyons and mountains made for a scenic journey. A little city, Taos has a pop. of about Posted by dixter in Dick's Travels | Jun 22, 2018
  • SANTA FE AND TAOSBuenos Dias to all: This epistle will cover 2 days. So much to share, so little space in which to do it. A little background. This arrid region and the communities located here date back to the times Posted by dixter in Dick's Travels | Jun 22, 2018
  • Flying StandbyFor those of you that don't fly standby, it can be... well... fun? This is my mandatory shout out to my travel sponsor, Pam O'Toole. Arriving at the airport in San Diego, after doing hours of research for Posted by tpaluso in Italy | Jun 22, 2018
  • Day 46I left Cody around 9 am. Today was a sunny beautiful day and I saw a lot of gorgeous scenery again today. I really appreciated being able to where my lightweight coat for a change. US routes 14 and 16 are Posted by Weimerrv in Russ’s Big Adventure | Jun 21, 2018
  • June 21 En route to Big Bend As the half-day river float we had set our eyes on fell through, we decided to cut our stay in Big Bend short. From Terlingua (quite), we took the glorious Maxw Posted by FierceOrc in 2018 US New Mexico Texas | Jun 21, 2018
  • June 20Stopped briefly in Alpine to sneak a peek at the Holland Hotel on Holland Avenue (just can’t seem to shake the motherland) and throw a quick glance at the Sul Ross State University campus and football stadium. Those games must Posted by FierceOrc in 2018 US New Mexico Texas | Jun 21, 2018
  • Heading to the City!As I write this, we are traveling through the grasslands of Alberta on our way to Calgary where we will stay for a week. Looking forward to being in a city for awhile and doing some "city stuff" before heading Posted by mrb430 in Arrr Adventures | Jun 21, 2018
  • Spectacular SpeleothemsWe hit torrential rain around Springfield, Missouri, so we decided it was a good time for a lunch break. Took a quick detour to Mexico for I Love Tacos, a food truck in a dirt lot. The ambiance Posted by WorldTravl in Amal, Rami, & Madeleine's Road Trip! | Jun 21, 2018
  • Finally on the Road!We headed out from Boise to Crystal Crane Hot Springs to officially kick off the trip. As always, there were a few hiccups getting out of town (this time a delayed house sale, but it's done!) Crystal Crane was nice and Posted by carsky in 2018 Year of the Dog Alaska/BC/Yukon | Jun 21, 2018
  • Day 45I woke up early, I didn’t sleep all that well. I decided to get an early start on my Yellowstone Adventure. I was in the park by 6:30 and immediately realized that the park is huge and getting from place Posted by Weimerrv in Russ’s Big Adventure | Jun 20, 2018
  • BEAUTIFUL SANTA FE"Buenos Dias, Senors, Senoras, & Senoritas"; Don't be too impressed with my greeting for that is about the limit of my Spanish-speaking ability. Traveltime to Santa Fe from ABQ is fairly short. It took about an hour and one/half and 60 Posted by dixter in Dick's Travels | Jun 20, 2018
  • HonoluluDag 42 zondag 31-8 Lekker dagje strand. Lekker liggen. Dag 43 maandag 1-9 Labor Day. Wederom een dagje strand, lekker liggen. Dag 44 dinsdag 2-9 FF contact gehad met Raytje om te feliciteren. Daarna een jeepje gehuurd om wat stranden aan de ander Posted by Hedge74 in On Tour 2003 | Aug 30, 2003
  • Waimea Bay [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937084/1453557_12153514542767.jpg thumb=https://photos.tr Posted by Hedge74 in On Tour 2003 | Aug 29, 2003
  • Kahuku [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937084/1453557_12153522324451.jpg thumb=https://photos.tr Posted by Hedge74 in On Tour 2003 | Aug 29, 2003
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