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C A L E N D A R   G U I D E

The site's calendar function is a "one-stop-shop" for all information access, broken down by month and day. You can browse a particular month to get an overall picture of the places I've been and the things I've done. If a particular day piques your interest, you can drill into that day's event information using the various links make available within each day entry.

Primary Links

All days within the calendar will have 3 primary links: day, city, state.

The "day" link (Daily Activity Detail) will take you to all of the day's events and activities. This will be of interest to those folks who want to get a broad picture of what I experienced for the day, filled with a lot of detail about everything I did.

The "city" link (City Website) will take you to a website that supports tourism for the day's predominate city and may be of interest to those who are researching good places to vacation to.

The "state" link (Map of ...) takes you to the state's map and exists for those folks who want to see exactly where the day's activities took place.

Activity Detail Links

The remaining links located at the center of each calendar day represent a breakdown of my daily activities. The links available will be directly related to what I did, some days there will be many, other days there will be few. These links are used to access information related to a specific activity or interest. Some folks may want detail on only certain activities and events and don't care about all the rest. For those people, I hope these "breakout" links prove useful.