Good to have you back! Your legs must be aching. Eleven hours!Greetings from London.
Love the photo you picked! One of my all-time favorite movies....well back home!
Yup, nothing like a long trip to make you realize how much you love home.Welcome back!
Isn't it the best to get home after such a long journey? Hope you had a fun trip. xv
Welcome back! It's always nice to get away, but coming back home is wonderful :)!
Welcome home...there's no better place than this :D
Welcome back--my 19y/o is vacationing in CA too with her rooommate. AAACCCKK We're from NE, a wee bit different! (that's Irish talk for St. Pats day!)
Welcome back & I agree wwith Dorothy...there is no place like home! Looking forward to some great picture posts!
11 hours! Oofah! That's about all I can go, anymore. Once drove non-stop( less petrol and coffee ), from Titusville, Fla. to Worcester Ma. in 26-1/2 hours! Was I ever glad to see that pillow!Looking forward to your trip pics :) and a Happy St.Paddy's Day to you!
Eleven hours!? Wow, I wouldn't have guessed it was that long a drive. Rest up, my friend. Glad you are back safe and sound.
Happy to hear you made it safe & sound, looking forward to the pictures & catching up!
Travel is wonderful, home is bliss. Enjoy some rest, and many happy memories of what I am sure was a grand time!
Hey there, welcome back! That's one long car ride. Eeeeek! Happy St Patrick's Day :)
Welcome home!:DStop by my blog when you have a minute, a little bit left there for you.♥
11 hours is much. Good to have you back.
Missed you. Glad you are back safe, sound and full of good food and memories.
Glad you made it home safe. Looking forward to photos!
Welcome home!Yup, that's a long trip - about how long it takes for us to drive to see our folks. And they wonder why we don't come home more often....Itching to see your new pix. :)Kate
Glad you're home safe and sound! My word verificatin is "paterac." Blogger must know it's St. Paddy's Day!
Glad you had fun. Look forward to the stories. Do dish!
Ouch. 11 hours?My personal record is 14 hours driving. And 25 hours on a bus (in Europe). But still, 11 hours? ouch!
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