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Old 07-15-2016, 09:25 PM   #21
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Beartooth Highway is another pretty place, if you ever the the chance goClick image for larger version

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Old 07-15-2016, 09:29 PM   #22
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This is something but what. I took these pictures outside of Cody WY going to Yellowstone Click image for larger version

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Old 07-16-2016, 07:37 AM   #23
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Glacier NP is on my bucket list. I think I need to visit it next year.
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Old 07-16-2016, 07:55 AM   #24
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Why are there are so few people posting about the trips they take? There are plenty of posts with people asking what routes to take, what campgrounds to stay at, complaining about their RV, complaining about tires, etc. How come so few post a thread about their trips? How come so few post pictures of what they did on their trip? Am I the only one that enjoys reading about the travel of others?

Recently Fushux posted an outstanding report about his trip from California to Oregon. How come so few people take the time to write reports about their travels? What’s up with that?
Nope I love Pics.also! I was on RV.Net for a long time and the Mods would spend More Time "Chewing Members out" about the way they Posted Pics than "Making it Easier to Post Pics"! One of the Main reasons I came over here" FRF" it is Easier and a Lot Friendlier Site as Well! Youroo!!
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Old 07-16-2016, 11:39 AM   #25
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X2 I get what you are saying.



I have always wanted to do that with pictures. Every time it came down to it, I thought that I have not gone anywhere special or my site is not worthy.



I have seen postcard photos here and where I have been just does not seem worthy. We have decided (I) that we are going to start taking trips outside of my newbie comfort zone.



Perhaps I will get the DW to chronicle our trips with photos and while she is making memories with the grandkids, I can get stuff done.





For me, I love the non-postcard worthy photos of people and their families.
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Old 07-16-2016, 12:27 PM   #26
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I won;t say I only post the post card worthy, but I am not quite ready to be posting a whole lot of the "family" stuff.
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Old 07-17-2016, 02:51 AM   #27
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Pictures are a very nice way to tease others into action. I will post some next week. 10:45 pm here now. Alaska does not "celebrate" daylight savings time. No need for it when you get 21 hours of sunlight each day!

We have travelled through KY, OH, MI, WI, MN, SD, WY, MT, Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon and now AK.

We are in Anchorage, AK. today, will be for 3 more days. Will stay in AK. another 4-5 weeks then head south through the Yukon and BC to Vancouver. South along the WA, OR, CA coasts to San Fransisco and head east towards home.
Left KY. on May 6, arrived in Tok, Alaska on July 4. Just taking our time. Enjoying people as well as places. 8290 miles driven as of today.
We have seen some beautiful and awesome sites in both the USA and Canada. We have downloaded hundreds of photos to enjoy and share.

Complaints? Nope. Our TT has held up well and the Alaska Highway will deal you some rough days. If you desire to come here, it is absolutely worth the time and expense.
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We camped at Wekiwa Springs State Park in Apopka, FL two weekends ago and really enjoyed it. The spring are beautiful and the Rock Springs run was fun to canoe. It is a narrow and shallow run that twists and turns. The run dumps in to the Wekiva Ricer, which is also beautiful. The Wekiva eventually dumps into the St. John's River and both rivers flow north. We saw a couple of gators and numerous water birds of various types. The second morning out my husband dumped us as we were getting in the canoe -twice. The only good thing about that was that a wet rash guard shirt helps keep you cool as it evaporates. The campground was beautiful and wooded, which kept us cool, even though it was a bit weekend. We have been having temps in the upper 99's for weeks now.

If you are ever in the area, I would suggest you try to camp there. It is now my favorite Florida spring and one of my favorite rivers. Beware, however, that the portage is a long way and downhill on the way down, but uphill on the way back up. Fortunately, we met a camping neighbor who helped us bring it back up with his home made canoe dolly. He made it out if PVC pipe. I would say that us a must for future trips. We did lock up our canoe at the park's canoe outpost overnight, so only had to portage down and back once.
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I'm sorry, but I am having trouble uploading the pictures. I will try to do it again later.
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Oakman, personally I have no interest in people's pics or blogs of their trips.
I prefer to discover places on my own.
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