turtles swim great
between feeding grounds and nesting sites. The migration home extended stay
off the coast of Brazil and extended
migration nesting sites some 3,000 miles to mid-Atlantic
Ocean to beach front sands. Unlike Americans that
3,000 miles need alternative forms of transportation along with travel insurance and
supply. The migration home extended stay
of the sea turtles are seeking the coast of Brazil and sandy beaches of
the Atlantic Oceans unlike Americans that seek sandy beaches and extended stay hotels motels.
Whether its sea turtles or humans, ideal travel provides
extended space for millions of migrating turtles travelling with or
without travel insurance
or plentiful gas.
Long before travel
insurance or plentiful
gas human sojourners relied on the camels ability to travel on foot.
Long before extended
stay hotels and motels the camel could go the distance
without water for prolonged periods. In turn,
Americans could go
the distance before extreme standards of living.
By 1836 the Oregon Trail, where many Americans headed, was
negotiated. These Americans traveled the Oregon Trail so they
could form mission schools to educate native Americans. The
Oregon Trail migration
for Americans to claim land for farming, seek employment
and provide more living space for millions of immigrants.
Many Americans traveled the the distance to seek mission
schools long before the auto. The auto introduced Americans
to many forms of insurance such
insurance and travel insurance and life insurance. A
new future that ran from Independence, Missouri and ended in
Portland, Oregon. By 1856, the railroads, also known as the
iron horse,crossed vast distances and terrains that exhausted camels
and excluded riverboats.
Green Sea Turtles swim great
distances. Camels can travel without water or plentiful gas.
River boats and trains travel thousands of miles, providing
they have travel
insurance and extended
stay hotels motels along the way.
American's standard of living soars by the late 1920's, where
automobile registations and insurance
stengthen the economy. The automobile changed the American
landscape. Gas for cars was plentiful and cheap in the 1920's
and made migration
for immigrants to travel Route 66. There, motorists
could spend the night at hotels that were cabins with running water,
bathrooms and a central kitchen. Many refinanced their homes
for travel pleasures
even if it meant car rental and auto
insurance. During the 1920's people were not as
badly indebted as today with free
credit loans and plentiful
Common in the 1960's, home owners to apply for home mortgages that
would allow extendend
stays at hotels motels and auto rentals to get away and
spend time migrating from
coast to coast. During these forays, much time was spent in
hotels and motels along the Atlantic beach coastline.
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