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The Dinosaur goes to Wales… again

Posted by marshal on August 28, 2017 in Dinologs |

We rode on for a while longer, when we came across a pub named The Three Kings. The sign showed King Kong, Elvis Presley, and Henry VIII. Interesting combination, and something you should Google because it’s fun to look at.

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The Dinosaur goes to Norway

Posted by marshal on June 17, 2017 in Dinologs |

Norway doesn’t do pretty, as much as breath-taking or dramatic.

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The Dinosaur goes to China

Posted by marshal on December 1, 2016 in Dinologs |

Prologue: China is a very large, very ancient country. We would not see most of the country, nor see most of the varied ethnic groups who live in China. Since we were only in the country for a short time, this log is almost a snapshot of a snapshot if you will. This is not […]

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The Dinosaur Goes to Texas/New York/The Danube

Posted by marshal on June 16, 2016 in Dinologs |

Let me tell you right now, the Danube was not blue, it was more of an olive green color in the daylight. I think the reason why is that the river has a strong current, therefore carries a lot of silt, so it could never look blue. That said, our guide told us that the word ‘blue’ also refers to being drunk, and that maybe Strauss had that in mind when he wrote the waltz.

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The Dinosaur goes to Wales

Posted by marshal on September 1, 2015 in Dinologs |

we decided that we would go to Ragland Ffaire to join in the fun. (Yes, there are two letter ’f’’ in the word… this is Wales)

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The Dinosaur Goes toNova Scotia

Posted by marshal on August 29, 2015 in Dinologs |

We came across a middle-class river along the way, called the Bourgeoisie River. I guess means it didn’t live up to the expectations of other rivers in the area.

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The Dinosaur goes to China

Posted by marshal on July 17, 2015 in Dinologs |

Prologue: China is a very large, very ancient country. We would not see most of the country, nor see most of the varied ethnic groups who live in China. Since we were only in the country for a short time, this log is almost a snapshot of a snapshot if you will. This is not […]

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The Dinosaur Goes South

Posted by marshal on June 18, 2014 in Dinologs |

Let me say before going on further that anyone visiting Savannah for the first time should read Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, a non-fiction work by John Berendt, and published in 1994 I got a copy on our last day there, and after reading it, wished I had done so prior to the trip. The book shows you something of the city you would not know otherwise.

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The Dinosaur Goes To The Bahamas

Posted by marshal on April 25, 2014 in Dinologs |

I came across a school of fish called Sergeant Majors. They were pretty cool to see. The Sergeant Majors were about six inches long, with a yellow upper body and a series of black stripes down their sides, which is the origin of their name. They swam along with me for a while, or maybe it was the other way around, but either way, they were right next to me for a long time.

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The Dinosaur goes to Glacier Park

Posted by marshal on September 14, 2013 in Dinologs |

I should describe Glacier Park for those of you who have never been there. The park sits on the border between the United States and Canada; it belongs to both countries. The park is an International Peace Park. The other name for the park is the Crown of the Continent, not just for its being so high – it sits in the Rockies – but also for its sheer beauty.

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