Hampton Inn and Suites Mt Juliet
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From Seattle to Atlanta was an uneventful flight. This was the longest plane we have ever been on with every seat taken they said. We flew four hours crossing three time zones. We got the usual cookie and coke and tried to sleep. One of us is a seat hog. She had to lie on her back to sleep she ...
WELL, here we go again. As in the past, if you do not want to receive the notices, I think you can opt out. Or worse come to worse, delete. Off to Alaska we go. We are picking up an RV at the Winnebago factory in Forrest City, Iowa and dropping it in Anchorage, Alaska. To accomplish this we are driving a rental car from home to Minneapolis. One of us loves to drive. Two of us like to go along for the ride. In Minneapolis we meet a bus at the airport ...
Thor's hammer. It is now 1:00am on the day of our departure and the wind is raging and the sleet and freezing rain is pelting the window to keep me awake. Winter storm Thor is making his way across the southeastern US. Will we make it out of the garage or will the ice put us a day behind. Stay tuned... Or do I suck it up and pay for the ridiculous flight prices??? http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mjö ...
... 5:55. The Rehovsky's RV was here too. Everything is fine and we are glad to have made a safe trip. The weather "feels" better here than San Diego.
Thanks for the encouragement to do a blog. We really do it for our own memories. Susan is happy to have her list complete. For those suggesting she start another CEASE AND DESIST!!!
Do NOT give her any ideas that she can obsess upon.
... attitude regarding motor homing. The small area that we call “home” when we take off in Mufasa is greatly complimented by our “Big Yard” as we go along the highways of this beautiful country (as well as Canada at times) and when we pull into camp after our day of travel. Our “yard” in all the years that we have traveled in this manner has indeed been a large one. Come along for the trip and see if your “yard” looks a ...