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Old 04-29-2010, 12:16 PM   #1
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The April Epic Journey is DONE!

Since March 26, we have logged two major back to back trips covering 9,116 miles and 23 states.

First was a NJ to Key West vacation for Easter week with two of the boys.

We stopped back home for 2.5 days to drop off the youngest son who had to go back to school. Also rented a UHaul car carrier to bring my son's Ranger out to Yosemite.

Then we were back on the road driving to Yosemite via:
- Grand Canyon Skywalk
- Malibu
- a Dodgers Game
- La Brea tarpits

After spending 4 semi-snowy days in Yosemite and dropping off son #2 for the summer, we hit Pacifica, CA and the Winchester House in San Jose.

We just got home last night after doing a 4.5 day cross country run learning that it is STILL snowing a lot in Laramie, WY! Our Winn. Tour ran like a top with plenty of power to get over the Rockies.
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Old 04-29-2010, 02:55 PM   #2
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Sure sounds like you had more fun than anybody should have. It's time for me to hit the road also.
N.C.-S.C.- GA.-FL. and home to Tn. I hope Fl. is warmer than Feb. Just about froze everything off.
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