Tag Archives: Travel

Roadtrip: Saint Louis

We didn’t have a lot of time to spend in Saint Louis, but after reviewing a few things we could see in a short time, the Cathedral Basilica caught our eye. And what a treat for the eye it was! … Continue reading

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Roadtrip: Nebraska

Continuing our trip into Nebraska, we stopped at the Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles in Lexington. We only stopped here initially because I’d read about the Fall of Saigon, Recreated, and just wanted to take a quick look at the … Continue reading

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Roadtrip: Wyoming

Although many parts of Wyoming are spectacular, the section which contains I-80 has never held much appeal for me. Unfortunately, some people never see any other parts of the state. Yet even the most desolated areas can have their beauty … Continue reading

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Curve Cowboy Reunion 2014

We recently returned from a trip to Chattanooga, TN for the 15th annual “Curve Cowboy Reunion” (CCR), which started as a gathering of people with BMW K1200LT motorcycles, but which has grown to include anyone with an interest in the … Continue reading

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Southern Utah

Last weekend we drove down to Southern Utah to see a couple of plays at the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Cedar City. We stayed with friends who have a condo at Brian Head ski resort, so we only had to … Continue reading

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Driving Trip

I’m going to be taking a driving trip to Chattanooga Tennessee, and am starting to plan it out. This is the plan so far (click map for bigger): I’m planning on 4 days to get there, following the more northern … Continue reading

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Busy-ness

I’m still here. Sort of. Things have been hectic around here, and with lots of travel, and still more to come. But at least there was some of this: And lots of this: Followed closely by this: And lots of … Continue reading

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River Trip

For the last post on the European trip, I’ll wrap up with a bit about the ship. We spent 7 nights on the MS Sound of Music, a river cruise boat that has a maximum passenger capacity of 128. As might … Continue reading

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Berlin: Part 3

“First we take Manhattan… then we take Berlin.”* I’m going to finish up Berlin with the Tiergarten (“Animal Park”), Berlin’s largest urban park. It was originally a hunting ground, hence the name. The Tiergarten is a huge and gorgeous park, … Continue reading

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Berlin, Part 2

Let’s go to Museum Island! Yes, that’s really what it’s called. And it really is an island, in the river Spree. It is the site of five outstanding museums: The Altes Museum (Old Museum), which contains the Collection of Classical … Continue reading

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