Marion Airport Inn & Suites
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... a quick stop (yeah right) at Comcast to turn in our equipment & stop all services. I cannot tell you how happy that made me. Comcast is THE WORST. We are SO happy to unplug from their internet monopoly. Because we cannot back up in the motorhome while towing a car and because the Comcast parking lot did not allow us to pull through, we had to unhook our tow vehicle, turn the motorhome around, ...
... road trips we will ever have undertaken.
The dogs had an absolute blast and I plan to devote an entire post just to them in the near future. They got to cross international borders and explore the wilds of Canada and Alaska, made a whole lot of new dog friends (Moka was the favorite), growled at bison, bears, and elk (and deer, cattle, horses, sheep, and a creepy guy). They crossed scary bridges, swam in lakes, camped in a ...
... 500 km on the odometer, from a total of 6,200 km. At the start, I couldn't imagine actually getting to the end, but now it's real...
Thanks to the couple of folk making comments in the blog. To Sarah, I'll get to your question soon. To Ron, likewise! To those expressing concern about the little medical problem. Thank you for the best wishes. Things are much better.
... and if your name is still in the "good" position they can pick a treat that they aren't typically able to have (especially at 9am). Cavities, here we come. For all of you judgers out there... There is a plethora of heathy snacks available too. We found a Starbucks (thank you Jesus) in Effingham and I'm entertaining myself by working on my action research project for grad school. (Barf).... Don't be ...
Only two more sleeps until we leave on our 10,000 mile road
trip. Apart from the usual charging of batteries, laundry, packing, cleaning,
and music downloads, we thought it would be a wise idea to see how the dogs handle
camping. So last night we set up our tent in our wooded backyard and
rolled out the sleeping bags. The verdict…it’s tight, very tight. Two humans in