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Might as well start from the start. It has been awhile since I have tried to blog, so might take a bit to get into it.
We left for Mexico with Pete and Chris Devost, friends we know from Corunna whom we met at Paradise South in Mercedes Texas where we have spent the last 2 winters when. We seemed to get along well, so when John and Maureen called us last February in Mercedes and asked us if we would like to rent ...
... petrol station, the whole bit. Interestingly the housing estates have no fences and so it looks like everyone lives in a park setting (see photos). Some rest was welcome so on really cold days we stayed in and completed a jigsaw puzzle - good fun. We also visited Frankenmuth to see the Christmas lights (the town is famous for it) and ...
... killing exotic stuff in
the Everglades National Park while Cindy works during the weekdays...
- Lots of deer in the park – they
must know its hunting season.
- New oil filled heater is a great
addition to Tag – no need to burn propane for fridge and furnace
- The land near Lake Huron must have
the most wind-turbines in ...
... in Seaforth we arrived back in our own home about 7:15. We have had a wonderful trip! Not a drop of rain fell the whole time we were travelling and everyday was picture perfect, albeit a tad hot ! I hope you have enjoyed reading of our adventures and perhaps some of you at some time will retrace our steps to California ...
After Meandering for 83 days over two seasons, 2028 miles, through 158 locks , we've crossed our wake on our Great Meander on the Little Loop!
It has been a great trip and we would recommend it highly to anyone wanting to do their own meandering. Which part did we like best? It is hard to ...