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Our Travel Adventures

Welcome to the Adventures of Larry and Connie Farquhar.

Travel logs from 2019.

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Touring Michigan, Part Two

Mackinac Bridge Viewed From Fort Mackinac

Before leaving Sault Ste. Marie, we toured the Museum Ship Valley Camp. The Museum Ship Valley Camp was built in 1917 and retired in 1966. After 1966, the 550 foot long freighter was permanently docked on historic Water Street and transformed into a museum. The Valley Camp offers more than just a tour of her deck. Visitors can explore the wheelhouse, sleeping quarters, and her cargo hold which now...

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Thanksgiving with Friends

Cocoa Beach, Florida

 Time is passing by fairly quick, although we haven't been doing much other than relaxing. Isn't that what "not traveling" and enjoying a winter break is supposed to be about? Our traveling friends, Bob and Joyce Childre, have a "sticks and bricks" home about 90 minutes from here. We met these friends in the Arizona desert about 12 years ago. Since then, we meet up about every 2- 3 years and ...

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2019 in Review - Our Holiday Newsletter

Boat ride to Mackinac Island MI

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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays to All! Connie and I are enjoying our relaxing time at Patrick AFB in Florida. We can't believe we've been here for 2 months already! The weather here has still been humid, now in the mid-70's. We recently  had some terrible rain storms, but it's all sunshine again. We're not doing too much, other than our usual winter "work" of preparing software for a client. We're about 75% ...

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Spending the Winter in Florida

Patrick AFB, FL Marina

Kentucky  While staying at Camp Carlson at Fort Knox we did see the United States Bullion Depository, but visitors aren't allowed and they don't give tours. They publicly state there's over 147 million ounces of gold stored there, currently worth over $216 BILLION  dollars. Photos aren't allowed, even from the highway, oops! We did get to visit the General George Patton Museum Of Leaders...

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