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: Working on the Road
We returned to Falls Lake as Camp Hosts in April. For most of our time there the weather was beautiful and we enjoyed ourselves by visiting with our daughter, Elisabeth. While we were serving as Camp Hosts at the Falls … Continue reading
We arrived at the Falls Lake State Recreation Area on Friday, September 18th. We didn’t start our duties as camp hosts until October 1st and it felt a bit odd coming in as campers. After setting up our daughter, Elisabeth … Continue reading
After spending most of the summer in Bad Axe or Rifle Lake, we decided to do some traveling on our own. Earlier this year I met (virtually) Jim and Diana Belisle. Jim and Diana are also fulltime RVers from Michigan … 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
This has been the longest period of time we have spent back in Michigan since we went on the road in June 2011 and we have not been complaining. It has been fun to have time to see old friends … 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
After our sightseeing through the west we were ready to find a place to just “hangout” for awhile. We thought Phoenix, AZ would be a good place to stay and we would be close to an airport for Bob’s last … Continue reading
As we left Michigan we decided our next stop should be Minneapolis because Bob was flying to Pittsburgh and needed to be near an airport. On our way there, we decided to break up the trip by stopping overnight in … Continue reading