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Notice – Batch Posting

We just posted a new batch starting with December 13, 2018 “Little River Canyon” running through January 28, 2019 “Whoopers” One more posting for San Antonio to catch up our current postings then back to finish up that summer and … Continue reading

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January 28-31, 2019 Whoopers… aka Whooping Cranes. These are the largest birds in North America. They are on the Federal Endangered list. At one point only 15 birds were located at their southern migration point at Aransas National Wildlife Refuge. … Continue reading

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Remember Goliad!

January 25-27, 2019 We finally made it into Texas on I-10 and were shocked when we saw mile marker 880… as in 880 miles on I-10 to cross Texas. We had planned stops at several National Parks but the government … Continue reading

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World War II Museum – New Orleans, LA

January 17-19 & 23, 2019 The World War II Museum is one of the best museums I have visited. There is so much to see, hear, and do that one day would never be enough. In fact I spent four … Continue reading

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New Orleans… Again

January 14-23, 2019 For our second visit to New Orleans we stayed at Bayou Segnette State Park. This is a very nice park in Westwego, which is south of New Orleans. They honor the NPS Senior Pass so our camping … Continue reading

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Trials and Tribulations

December 17, 2018 Ah, “the best laid plans…” We thought we had a GOOD PLAN for the return to Maryland for the holidays. Our first general plan was to store the rig somewhere in New Orleans and fly from there … Continue reading

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Little River Canyon National Preserve

December 13, 2018 We did a quick stop at Little River Canyon on our way up to our planned storage spot in Tennessee. They had a lot of rain recently so the falls were flowing nicely. There is a nice … Continue reading

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