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Well we finally arrived home today!! After 65 days we logged 9,217.7 miles, 201.2 hours driving. 7 states, Alaska and 6 in the lower 48, In Canada, 4 provinces and 1 territory. Wow what a journey, many unforgettable sights and new friends made!! But there's no place like home & family. Upon our arrival had a visit from lots of the grand kids and even an uninvited guest, a skunk in our garage, we do live in the woods!! He did depart after a few hours. Well that's about it, THE ...
I've been here for over 6 weeks now and have my 5th lot of campers. It has been an amazing 6 weeks and I've met some interesting characters! My favourite camper so far is a lady I had last week called Debbie. She is 60 years old and one of the loveliest people I've ever met. Spent most ...
... br> two hours in our tent, they’ve learned to laugh again and know that it’s okay
to laugh and be silly. Today we had a lot of smiley, silly kids and it was a
real joy to see that.
As the second show was letting out, the rain started to
fall. John and I walked the fishing dock back to our home and met up with Tom
and Ron, two circus fans who drove 3.5 hours to see our two shows today and who
we had a chance to talk ...
... and again, overrun by mosquitoes. During the
days, we rode up and down the main road in the park called "The Trace"
... several side roads, too. We constantly spotted wild turkeys in fields and
on roadsides, saw several deer, and lots of roadkill armadillos. We visited the
historically restored "Homeplace" - a working farm village with
docents in period costume. Maggie was ...
... Sybils was suggested for fine dining but the wait was too long. We headed next door to Country Bob's for down home cooking and at half the price. Missouri wines are terrible, but we go tasting anyway! the Norton grape grows well here which is used in most reds; and it is the worst. Even Missourians agree at least those that are knowledge about wine. The Cave Winery is the best of the lot and its unusual setting makes it fun. Thankfully we ...