RSS

Archive | August, 2008

Ode to Oregon

10. August 2008

23 Comments

This trip never ceases to amaze me. CM had told me that Oregon has the only rain forest in America, so we decided to go and check them out. We looked a map and decided to spend a few days at Silver Falls State Park. Before we even got to the park [...]

Continue reading...

Where To Next?

7. August 2008

10 Comments

We made it back to the mainland and it is time to start back towards NYC. We have until the end of the month to get there so we are not in a real hurry. Our first plan is to see a glacier. Can you beleive they are still around? I know, so we are [...]

Continue reading...

Our Time In Hawaii

6. August 2008

21 Comments

I figured I would take a moment to talk about our trip to Hawaii. We spent a week in paradise, but all in all it was a mixed bag. The island was beautiful, the weather was great, and the people were friendly. The problem was that the kids were scared of the ocean, and in [...]

Continue reading...

So I Must Be Cheap

6. August 2008

15 Comments

So how cheap am I? Well I have a really hard time paying $40 for a campground. We have yet to purchase any membership in any association, and we have not bought a book on free campgrounds. I still have trouble with full price campgrounds. We are now in northern California and the first campground [...]

Continue reading...

First Few Days In Hawaii

5. August 2008

0 Comments

So, Hawaii was … interesting. On our first day at the beach we learned that Widget was deathly afraid of the ocean. I mean, Midget wasn’t too happy about getting in the water either, but at least she tried and she didn’t cry. The first time we walked Widget to the water [...]

Continue reading...

We’re Back!!

4. August 2008

2 Comments

Just a quick post to say that we’re back in California. Now that I’ve got a good internet signal I can fill you in on everything that happened! Be sure to check back tomorrow.

Continue reading...

Quotelove #18

4. August 2008

0 Comments

“We do not inhereit the Earth from our parents, we borrow it from our children”. – Tahitian Marine Biologist

Continue reading...