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Spent a couple of weeks in Greece. Why?  Nothing else to do. Besides, we had some vacation days to burn.

This bridge was built in 1750. Still standing and is in use by people and cattle that live in the area.

A view from the Vikos Gorge. 3000 feet deep at it’s deepest point.

I just noticed... I mean the wife just told me that I only had two photos on my Greece Blog.  Not sure why I was so short on my entires.  I must have been tired or something.  

We visited Greece, Macedonia and Albania.  Most of the stuff you read and see will be jumbled together but you will get the gist of it all.  If not, ask Michelle or read her blog for more in depth technical details, play by play analysis, player interviews and more!

Outside the Greece Museum

Inside the Museum

Out on the Streets of Thessaloniki 

A Few Members of Our Group

A View From Our Room in Meteora

A View of the Monasteries of Meteora

Sunset in Meteora

Our Awesome Bus Driver, Tasos

A Few of the Locals in Metsovo


Back to the Vikos Gorge
The Real Hikers Who Decided to Hike Down The Vikos Gorge

We All Got A Little Sick Eating Here

So We Opted For This For Future Meals

Vikos Gorge Rafting Trip

The BEST HOTEL EVER in Zagoria


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