Thank you Dan, it was a pop up blocker, I disabled it and now it works fine. Our trip was magnificent, what a country, 33 days and 8,036 miles later. Up to N.Carolina to visit a friend, over the Smoky Mtns. thru Indianapolis to Chicago, Across to Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse Mtn. in South Dakota then to Butte, Montana to visit My wife' sister. Saw Antelope, Deer, Bison, Elk, Mtn. Goats, Prairie Dogs, Road Runners (the kind with feet) Black Bear, Grizzlies, Coyotes, Wolves, Eagles and believe it or not in Texas we say about 15 Camels grazing in a field. Visited some relatives in Bozeman, Montana that were original settlers in 1860. Then we headed south and took a tour of the Yellowstone National Park Caldura. It's a volcano 35 miles across. the tour around the Caldura is 200 miles long and takes a full day. It's mind boggling beautiful, saw old faithful and many other geysers. Then thru the Grand Teton Mountains to Salt Lake City then to the Grand Canyon. In 1950 my dad got his first NEW car, a 1950 Chevrolet Fleetline, I was 13 yrs. old,. we went west and saw the Grand Canyon. After we left the Grand Canyon we went to Flagstaff, Arizona and got on Route 66 all the way to Santa Fe, New Mexico where my Daughter lives. Along the way we say the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, the big Asteroid Crater in Arizona, it's 800 feet deep and a mile across. We went back to Albuquerque, New Mexico for the Hot Air Balloon Festival. What a sight that was, we went back the next day for a Car Show. There was a 59 Plymouth four door there that was a nice restorable 50 footer that had factory air conditioning. After 7 days in Santa Fe we took off and went thru Dallas to visit an old friend in Houston, Texas. Then to New Orleans to visit my Sister and my wife's brother. We moved to Florida from New Orleans in 1961. After we left New Orleans I went to Bay St. Louis, Mississippi where I was born to witness the damage from Katrina, There was a lot of damage but surprisingly the house I was raised in, only 3 country blocks from the beach survived. Everything on the beach was obliterated. We left there and stayed in Tallahassee then home to West Palm Beach.
We drove our 2002 Ford E-150 Traveler Van, what a magnificent Van, I never once got stiff or tired on the whole trip. Anyway, we call it our "trip of a life time". Any further trips will be less than 2000 miles and we will be taking a 59 Plymouth Sport Fury.
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