Belmont Hill Victorian Bed and Breakfast
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Yesterday, Mike turned 65. He is officially a Senior Citizen. It's hard to believe it was all those years ago, we were just a couple of kids, going to the dance at the Pine Grove Pavilion in Portsmouth. Now, here we are, closing in on the first major destination of our journey, Yellowstone National Park. Tomorrow we pull out and head towards Lincoln, Nebraska. ...
I'd like to forget that, although I'm retired, travel in an RV and go wherever the spirit leads us, there are still all those same old everyday things that need to be done. You know, those mundane chores that must be done at some point; cooking, cleaning, shopping, laundry, bill paying, RV and auto maintenance and on and on. There is no escaping it.
... as a National Historic Landmark.
We visited the Broom and Basket Shop where local Artisans show how brooms were hand made along with the display of beautiful willow reed baskets of all shapes and sizes.
But we really had a fun time trying to climb into the giant rocking chair. Were such goobers!
Bye for now and stay ...
... roads to 4 lane highways with 70 MPH speed limits.
Funny thing about driving a 38 foot motorhome that's dragging a 15 foot tow dolly and car behind it; the faster you go, the more it shakes, shimmies and rattles. It sounds like the motorhome will self-destruct at any moment. Mike drives a nice even 62 MPH, give or take. It seems to be the speed that agrees with the RV, and it's passengers, Fox and ...
... what she said was only one step down from the 'c' word! Enjoying a few drinks on the deck the following evening, Karen continues her good form by walking straight into the patio door much to the amusement of all in attendance. When Brian starts a conversation educating Karen on the art of 'TPing' (throwing toilet paper over people's houses, cars and trees to you and me), the kids aided by some others in the neighbourhood decide to decorate the tree in ...