Quality Inn Gainesville
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... with my family at Mom's on Christmas eve including Thanksgiving dinner since Bill and I we're not home in November. Finally, we Face-Timed with Bill's younger sister's family on Christmas morning.
A lot of the rest of the time was prepping for the trip, packing and readying the trailer for storage. Figuring out the details for this long trip has been a ton of work. We both had multiple doctor visits, and lots of meds to gather up. We have booked ...
The last 2 months have almost flown by. We still seem to have so much to do to get ready, its hard to believe we start our travels in 36 hours.
Thursday/Friday were tough days saying good bye to everyone at work but the excitement is also building as we approach Monday (launch day).
This last weekend is non-stop sorting, packing and prepping. We've done a trial run of loading the bikes into the trailer and other than a slight mishap with ...
- On the Morning of September 23 Bailey and I went to the Gas Station filled up our tank, bought ice, seeds, snacks, water, meat and bread.
- We traveled 253 miles to Gainesville, Texas, Filled up
- Gainesville, Texas traveled 137 miles to Oklahoma City, Ok, filled up
- We ate the assorted lunch meats and snacks for lunch and dinner for the ...
Today's entry from Larry:
Ten wheels down? Six on the motorhome, four on the "toad" - the pickup truck we tow behind the motorhome.
We left Austin this morning - underway at last! We're planning to progress north at 250-300 miles per day, which doesn't sound like much in a car going 75-80 mph. But, in a 40 foot 6 inch motorhome pulling a toad (the combo being about 63 feet in length overall), going about 65 ...
... farm and I lived in a small suburban area only a mile apart from each other. There seemed to be an overwhelming number of boys of the same age in this neighborhood--"baby boomers". For all us boys to play our sandlot sports the farm chores were always a priority, work first, play later. Looking back, we both saw farm chores as a bonding venture, however, he saw them as work, I saw them as fun. I was the one who didn't have to live on ...