Disney California Adventure Park Travel Pictures
These pictures were taken the day after Radiator Springs Racers opened in Cars Land at Disney California Adventure Park. The lines here were absolutely crazy, three hours to get on the ride itself. There were lots of people waiting in line to see the characters, so many that they were getting turned away. And the parade was absolutely crazy.
The parade was pretty cool though, and a great twist on the one across the way at Magic Kingdom.
Sully rides a huge drum!
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Bahia Honda State Park
Bahia Honda State Park is on one of the Keys along the Overseas Highway, south of Miami headed towards Key West Florida. A very popular kayaking and camping spot, the park also has a bit of history. Bahia Honda is Spanish for “Deep Bay.” The bay itself is on the North side of the Island, and was the deepest channel between the Keys before man started dredging.
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San Francisco Pictures, Alcatraz and Golden Gate
When I was in Oakland recently, I took the ferry across the bay to San Francisco. As it was still early, and not quite tourist season yet, I was able to get a ticket to Alcatraz.
As I was so early, I was able to go on the garden tour which was pretty awesome.
After nearly an hour on the Garden Tour, I finally got pictures of the most magnificent site in the city; The Golden Gate Bridge.
Pittsburgh Travel Pictures
From May 2011, in Pittsburgh
The Duquesne (Incline) Funicular Railway
And the reason why Pittsburgh is “The City of Bridges”
I’ve enjoyed both of my visits to Pittsburgh. The first was just passing through on the way to Philadelphia. The second I had a bit of time to look around and was able to take these gorgeous pictures.
Travel distances in the Medieval World
The below list is travel distances in an Medieval World. These are assuming dry dirt roads, or paved (flagstone) roads. Difficult terrain such as muddy roads, hills, forests, swamps can easily half or more the actual distance. Refer to your specific game for rules on movement over difficult terrain and modify distances from there.
Artillery – 5 miles
Army with baggage train – 8 miles
Caravan or wagon train – 10 miles
Single wagon – 12 miles
Average Peasant – 13 miles
Militia Soldier – 16 Miles
Regular Infantry Soldier – 18 miles
Elite Soldier – 24 miles
Normal Horse – 21 mile
Calvary – 25 miles
Warhorse – 27 miles
Boat on River – 30 miles
Ship – 111 miles
Galley – 130 miles