Where we are now
We are back in Michigan!
Our truck is and has been operational, those worries are over. We will be staying at the Lansing Cottonwood Campground until August 18th. Then we will start working our way south for the winter.
States We Have Visited
Provinces We Have Visited
Category Archives: National Parks
As I mentioned in our last post, the news that we were told that we had a unit was available to us in Stoneridge at the Park caused us to make a drastic change in plans. While we were still … Continue reading
From Fort Belvoir, we had a relatively short drive to our next stop, Aberdeen Proving Grounds (APG), north of Baltimore, MD. APG offers two small RV parks. Marylander RV park and Shore Park Travel Camp. Marylander is the older of … Continue reading
We arrived at Fort Belvoir on Friday, April 22nd. Fort Belvoir is a nice looking post, with many old, but well maintained buildings. The RV park is on the shore of the Potomac River and has great views. The sites … Continue reading
The “Go To” hiking in the Seattle/Tacoma area is Mount Rainer. There are great trails there and the sights are truly amazing. However, it is a long drive to get to these trails and I wanted to check out some … Continue reading
For the last several years, we visited the Tacoma, WA area in the summer to see our oldest son, Scott, and daughter, Elisabeth. Then the next summer we would see our other son, David, in Lansing, MI. This year we … Continue reading
Big Bend National Park had been on my “to do” list for years. This year our route from Florida to Washington State made that stop possible. Big Bend is right on the Rio Grande River and shares a border with … Continue reading
After a few weeks of some fairly active sightseeing, we were ready for some relaxation. Staying at the RV park at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio seemed to fill that need. Fort Sam Houston is home to the Army’s … Continue reading
Have you ever heard of the “Golden Age of Bathing?” In 1832 the U.S. government set aside four sections of land in what is now known as Hot Springs, AR to protect the natural hot springs for the nation. These … Continue reading
We planned to stop in Flagstaff because it was the right distance, but we had no idea what to do there. As we researched we quickly discovered there was more to do than we had time. I guess we will … Continue reading