Tuesday, May 4: Day 11: Brookfield, Connecticut to Kennebunk, Maine
Miles for the day: 286
We added our very last 2 containers of fuel:
We took a fascinating guided “Freedom Trail Tour” in Boston. Our tour guide was an actor playing the role of Barzillai Lew, who was a free black man who served as a soldier with distinction during the American Revolution. Here he is showing us Paul Revere’s headstone in the Granary Burial Ground:
We want to save most of the great information and pictures for the full write up we will eventually do, but here are a few teasers from the Freedom Trail. This building was built in 1865. Prior to that, this site held the first public Continue reading →
It is easy to fall behind real time posting. Sometimes we do not have good Internet, but usually after a long day of driving, we are just too tired to sort through pictures and do a post. Here are 4 days in one post.
Friday, April 30, 2010: Day 7: Lake St. Louis, Missouri to Dayton, Ohio
Total miles for the entire trip was 2430 at the end of the day.
Adding 2 containers of fuel before leaving the Hocker’s house: