Travel Blogs from Xenia
Here we go -- leaving behind the snow and the fairy godcat, who will keep an eye on everything. We're on our way to our first overnight stop: Lenoir City, TN. Not much time to sightsee or learn about Lenoir -- our main destination after Cordele GA is Tampa, where we usually stop for service work at Lazy Days, a huge sales/service business for ...
Hi all, It's only a month until we leave, so I thought I'd post our itinerary with something about each port (should be taken with a grain of salt, since we've never been anywhere like this before):
December 16: Drive from Dayton to Atlanta (hopefully no snow). Spend the night near Atlanta airport.
December 17: leave on Delta 101: 10:10 pm - (December 18) 8:00 a.m. -- 10 hours, nonstop. Used mega frequent ...
... the unintended route is the best part of the ride
Sometimes the intended route is the worst part of the ride
Logging operations take out huge numbers of trees in the Pacific Northwest
There are so many trees though that you cannot even tell they log
Copper mines are huge and they leave scars
Sunsets over the Pacific Ocean are awesome
I could enjoy a beach ...
... the parking lot to find the open road.
Southern Illinois is fairly pretty and traffic was light. I kept trying to convince myself I wasn't cold but never quite believed it. Again the heated grips were awesome . . . But I was wishing I had a heated vest and heated socks too.
Once I hit Indianapolis the ...
... and outlet store). Mission accomplished: I bought a stand mixer from their "refurbished" department. Here’s the key – nearly all of their refurbished units have actually never been owned or used. They were returned as unsold merchandise from a retailer (like Macy's, for instance), then given a second inspection by KitchenAid, then sold at a whopping discount to you and ...