Suffolk Days Inn
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After over 4,000 miles, 13 different rooms/hotels and visiting over 45 Timmons and 11 Wall family members, NOT TO MENTION Rosie's mom, day and multiple uncles, aunts and of course Theresa, Rich & Ellie Goiffon we are home.
My back and left arm are killing me (Rosie;s favorite driving position.
All in all, a great time.
Thanks for following our travels.
... was signed. Visitors may even step on it as the deck is protected under plexiglass on the floor. Other important artifacts include the microphone with which MacArthur announced his return to the Philippines, a pen he used to sign the Japanese surrender document, and, of course, his iconic hat, sunglasses, and corncob pipe.
Once the girls picked me up from the museum, we traveled about 45 minutes to the ...
... tag. Plus the i8 has a maximum electric range of 15 miles unless you drive it fast (which is the whole point of the i8) in which case the range drops to 3-5 miles. The Tesla? 270+ miles. Still, what a gorgeous car! See pictures attached.. The day's highlight however was the last stop - The Commodore Theatre in Portsmouth, VA - www.commodoretheatre.com. After reading on Plugshare that the theater had a pair of 80 amp HPWC for Teslas ...
... Even if you don't have the TUNOFUN, as long as you are with family it makes every trip more enjoyable. As most of you know, I am going to camp for 5 weeks in North Carolina next Saturday. I would love to hear from you through snail mail. I will post the address. Please also write a return address so I can write you back!
100 Merrie-Woode Rd, Sapphire, NC 28774
Time is slipping past us like a thief in the dark as we come to our last days here in Suffolk. This afternoon we hand over the last of our stuff that doesn't fit in the camper and we will officially have everything we own in the RV! It has been liberating getting rid of 95% of our personal possessions and embarking on our scaled down, nomadic life. So far, my only real regrets are getting rid of all my books and selling the washer and dryer. God, I miss ...