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: North Carolina
Summer is our prime time for seeing family and friends from Michigan. Pat’s brother, Geri, had been talking about having a Smith Family Reunion for quite awhile and decided this was the year to do it. He was building a … Continue reading
The last part of our stay in Raleigh seemed to fly by. Pat and I took part of a day to visit the North Carolina Museum of History. I was impressed with the way the history was displayed. As we … Continue reading
We arrived at the Holly Point Campground, Falls Lake State Recreation Area on March 30th, but we would not officially start as Camp Hosts until April 1st. The loop of the campground that we were in was not even open … Continue reading
We left Key West early on March 17th on our way to the Manatee Cove RV Park at Patrick AFB near Cocoa Beach, FL. We had planned to make the trip in two days, but decided to make it a … Continue reading
We once again returned to Raleigh to once again, serve as Camp Hosts at the Holly Point Campground in the Falls Lake State Recreation Area. This was a great opportunity to spend time with our daughter, Elisabeth, who lives and … Continue reading
Whenever we go to North Carolina, we consider a trip to the Outer Banks, or as the locals refer to it, “OBX.” There is so much to see there; Kitty Hawk & Kill Devil Hill – site of the Wright … Continue reading
Our stay in Raleigh, NC was our first experience with “Work Kamping.” North Carolina has a policy that you can stay in a state park for only 14 days and then you have to be out of the parks for … Continue reading
It’s always good to visit family and this leg of our travels took us to Raleigh, NC, to see our daughter. We have actually seen more of Elisabeth than normal because she spent time with us while Scott was home … Continue reading