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Well we finally arrived home today!! After 65 days we logged 9,217.7 miles, 201.2 hours driving. 7 states, Alaska and 6 in the lower 48, In Canada, 4 provinces and 1 territory. Wow what a journey, many unforgettable sights and new friends made!! But there's no place like home & family. Upon our arrival had a visit from lots of the grand kids and even an uninvited guest, a skunk in our garage, we do live in the woods!! He did depart after a few hours. Well that's about it, THE ...
... were all smiles and said they had a wonderful time
and they already can’t wait for next year.
It was also nice to see a lot of kids who were all smiles
and who smiled even bigger when they saw J.P. We’ve been running into scores of
children in each town who appear less than enthusiastic to even be at a circus,
let alone to meet a clown. A tip for potential circus attendees: You will
encounter a clown or two and if ...
Thanks to Chris and Larry we are guests in their family campground. Larry and Pete are childhood friends and even went off to college together. Marvin and Ethelin are the patriarch and matriarch to a family of 6 sons. They now all have families that enjoy this compound. The family built the lake, campsites, cabins, beach pavilion, volley ball court, and marina. It is amazing. They excavated the 100 acre 1 mile long lake. Well that is the ...
... Coast, Canada, Great Lakes and now down the Mississippi River. While we are very proud of the fact that we have navigated more than 50 locks, we felt somewhat inadequate when they told us they have locked through more than 3000 with their travels on the rivers of Europe!
Last night we dined with our new acquaintances at the Blue Owl Restaurant in Kimmswick where there was an "ugliest witches" contest being held ...
... I was drenched in sweat with very irritating mosquito bites. I wasn't asleep until around 2am. Woke up at 6am to be on the road by 7am in an effort to beat the heat. Unfortunately the temperature picked up quite quickly before noon, and even though we banged out 32ish miles before then, the following 7 hours consisted of the hottest weather I've ever experienced. Brent and I were dripping in sweat, and must ...