Best Western North East Inn
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We are finally getting to use our newly purchased used motorhome. We purchased a motorhome to make it easier to travel with our 16 year old cat, Ember, who has a number of health issues and needs daily medication. Hopefully she will be comfortable in her home on wheels, and enjoy being with us.
All that is left is the final packing of the motorhome before we set out tomorrow morning.
This is our shakedown journey, so we hope all goes well. ...
Bernie and I went out early to grab breakfast because it was too darn hot to cook outside and we weren't up for cooking inside. We took our time checking out the park and different spots closer to the water. If we wanted to stay there, we'd have to rough it a bit. No electricity, so we'll need a generator. :) We saw a few deer out on the roads and I actually got up pretty close to one. ...
... thanks a lot, Gretchen, for taking me to see The Grey a couple days before. ;-D Just kidding, I love flying! The sky seems to be my domain, as I've been assigned to Raven Unit (and I have said wanted to be a cloud, if I could be anything in the world!). Permanent teams within the unit will be assigned next week (ex. Raven 1, Raven 2...), but for now we're devided into temporary "pods" just to get a feel of what working, cooking, traveling together ...
So some how we had slightly miscalculated when we needed to be in Washington DC (Abi can't count - Ben) and found our selves with an extra day. Everyone was pretty exhausted from running round New York trying to fit everything in like crazy people. We pulled off just inside Maryland and found a camp site just 30 miles from Washington DC so that we ...
... chapels, i feel disappointed that i can't pull over and grab a handful of this moment, perhaps sharing a sweet tea with the old lady sitting on her porch as she shares local gossips with me and lulu while marley plays with her dog. so instead, i unroll my window and allow my hand to lazily blow in the wind, much like a fisherman languidly fingers the billowing wake as he cuts through the sea. but like him when he grasps at the ...