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Teri Werner
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Raleigh, North Carolina 9/16/2016
Raleigh was a good stop over point on our way home.  We are planning to be home around Sunday. This is our last post for our summer 2016 travels.  While a little up in the air at the moment, right now we expect we will be traveling and blogging again around...
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Richmond, Virginia 9/14/2016
We began our exploration of Richmond Virginia at their state Capitol.  The Capitol Building was designed by Thomas Jefferson and stands as the oldest operating legislator in the Western Hemisphere - The General Assembly, first established as the house of Bu...
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 9/11-12/2016
We are less than 1000 miles from home, and we are looking forward to our arrival. We enjoyed a couple of days in Philadelphia.  Our first observation was that one has really never had a Philly Cheese Steak until they have had one in Philly.  Not 100% sure h...
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Providence, Rhode Island 9/9/2016
We took a day to head up to the Capitol of Rhode Island located in Providence.  The Capitol was completed in 1904 and has the 4th largest self-supporting marble dome in the world. (behind, in order, St. Peter's Basilica, the Taj Mahal, and the Minnesota Sta...
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Newport, Rhode Island 9/8/2016
Things one learns quickly when they come to Rhode Island: It is the smallest state in the US; it is the state with the shortest state motto-"Hope"; and, it is the State with the longest name which is actually, 'Rhode Island and Providence Plantations'.   Th...
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St. John's, Newfoundland 8/28-30/2016
The city of St. John's Newfoundland is full of color and history.  Like many cities, however, it is hard to park, especially our large beast (truck).  But we still managed to get around and see a lot. Signal Hill is the reception point of the first transatl...
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St. John's, Newfoundland 8/28-30/2016
The city of St. John's Newfoundland is full of color and history.  Like many cities, however, it is hard to park, especially our large beast (truck).  But we still managed to get around and see a lot. Signal Hill is the reception point of the first transatl...
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Bell Island, Newfoundland 8/30/2016
The forecast was for a warm and sunny day, so it seemed like the perfect day for us to take the ferry to Bell Island.  Bell Island is accessible via a ferry from Portugal Cove,which is about 20 minutes from where we are camping.  The ferry ride over was als...
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Port Union and Trinity Newfoundland, 8/25/2016
Visiting Port Union was unique and fun.  We began our visit at the 'Bungalow'.  Called a bungalow because the home is built with 1- 1/2 floors.  The house was commissioned to be built for Sir William Ford Coaker in 1917.   Coaker, born in 1871, had an inter...
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Elliston and Bonavista Newfoundland 8/24/2016
Elliston, Newfoundland is one of the best accessible areas in North America to view Puffin birds from land.  It is less than a 5 minute hike to see these beautiful creatures on their own rock about 100 feet away from our cliff edge.  While in the area we we...
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