Travel Blogs from Longview
It was a week late but the house had finally closed. It was now 5:00 pm and we had until 9:00 pm to be completely out of the house. You know, "DONE" comes in layers. Each layer comes with a completed goal or target, whether intermediate or final. Each layer feels DONE. As
was expected, the final stages of "DONE" had taken far longer than expected. But, we made it ! We gathered up the last scattered pieces of possibly important, or at ...
... the mesas in Colorado, and everywhere in between, we found beauty in the surroundings and in the people. We are thankful that we had no mechanical problems as we saw everything that we had hoped and so much more.
It feels a little odd to be home after these two months on the road. We have many new memories from the road, and we are thankful that we have been able to share them along the way with family and friends via this blog. Thanks for reading.
... and tomatoes so there was no way we could pass this up. We purchased two overflowing pints of big red, ripe, luscious strawberries, can’t wait for dinner and they won't last long but I am confident now there will be more roadside stands and more U-turns.
Not long after we left home George had noticed that the muffler was sounding funny and the noise has been ...
... which completed the Corps’ principal goal of finding a route across country to the west coast. They had hoped to find a water route, but that was not to be. After wintering across the Columbia at Fort Clatsop, they turned around and headed back east…just as we are doing (do I hear you clapping, Judy??).
We started our journey back towards the general direction of home about 3:45. We came back across the bridge into Oregon, driving through ...
... our experiences together, current events, family and politics. Mac is as witty as ever - some things just don't change! Evening was very enjoyable, just too short!
Made plans to meet Mac & Erin for breakfast in the morning before heading east.
Catch you later............hope you enjoy our blog!
Hope all is well with you!
Tom, Sandy, Linda and Randy