After an amazing sunrise and quiet, restful night, we topped off the diesel tank and hit the road. Leaving Gilman at 0845 hrs., traffic was light and travel was again pleasant. The sun made an all-day appearance for us, and there was little to no wind. Temps were cool to start – mid 40’s, but […]Read more "October 18, 2021"
Flexibility is a good thing. First of all – we really did make it to Michigan from Texas – although it doesn’t appear that way reading the blog. We also made it to Mount Pleasant for RV repairs, and to Oshkosh for the airshow. One of our summer highlights was meeting up with my Aunt […]Read more "October 17, 2021"
What a wonderful 5 days! We arrived at Holiday RV Park in College Station at 1430 hrs. local. Easy access, lovely park – highly recommend and we plan to stay here in the future. We were delighted to see Beth and meet Seth and Ryan. Beth purchased her first home, and they were in the […]Read more "8 May through 12 May 2021 – College Station Texas"
These last two days have involved campgrounds with challenging access. For our traveling friends – you likely know what this means! To unwind, we decided to take a walk around town – and to our delight, we discovered the local middle school with a walking track. Shortly after we arrived and started our walking, 3 […]Read more "7 May 2021 – Gulfport, MS to Lake Charles, LA"
We didn’t exactly get an early start – leaving around 1100 hrs after saying goodbyes. Travel today was pleasant, and we are delighted to not have been on the road yesterday in all the rain. No excitement is always good when traveling. Our #2 slide gave us a little trouble when pulling this morning, so […]Read more "6 May 2021 – Fort Rucker, AL to Gulfport, MS"
You know that life is good when there isn’t time to blog. I’ll try to catch up the past few weeks – time that has been filled with love and making memories with family. We’ll just capture this past week in one post! We have been so busy enjoying our stay that there wasn’t time […]Read more "27 April to 6 May 2021 – Time With Walt"
This campground is a “must visit” friends! It is so quiet here, and it is just plain lovely. A few bugs, but it is a campground. Comes with resident alligators and snakes – or so we have been warned. And there is considerable helicopter traffic – mostly Blackhawks although we did see a Chinook today. […]Read more "26 April 2021 – Engineer Beach Campground"
Talk about a lazy, relaxed start! We took our time, took a little walk, and were on the road about 1040 hrs. Travel today was nothing short of delightful! Minimal traffic, and the GPS took us on County Roads and State Highways. Very scenic drive and at less than expressway speeds. We arrived at Fort […]Read more "25 April 2021 – Pensacola to Fort Rucker, AL"
Sort of…we did start our packing in anticipation of moving on Sunday. We explored a local airport off-base (in case we come back next year and bring 23 Unicorn). Also checked out a local grocery store – and wonder of wonders – found split peas and celery seeds (they were nowhere to be found in […]Read more "24 April 2021 – Packing Day"
Thursday was an “errand” and detail day. Always good to build these days into your schedule. The kind of day where you head out with a laundry list of things to take care and allow for flexibility in case something exciting presents itself. Exciting in this case turned out to be lunch at a local […]Read more "22 & 23 April 2021"