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
Tag Archives: cycling
Why is it called Sioux Falls? Because it has a significant water fall! We were driving across South Dakota, headed for Michigan and planned this as a short stop – only two nights. Sometimes when we make such stops we … Continue reading
With an elevation 1,011 feet, Pinnacle Mountain rises over 750 feet above the nearby Arkansas River. The mountain’s cone-shaped peak has long been a central Arkansas landmark and attraction for outdoor enthusiasts. We saw hordes of picnickers, cyclists, and hikers. … 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
The Mackinac Bridge is one of the largest suspension bridges in the world and is the gateway to the Upper Peninsula. Every Labor Day the northbound side of the bridge is closed to vehicle traffic for the Mackinac Bridge Walk, … Continue reading
Our next stop was the Land Between the Lakes in Kentucky and Tennessee. Bob always thought it would be a neat place to visit. It took us three days of traveling to get there. Enroute we stayed at a small … Continue reading
We decided to fly home for Christmas rather than drive, a decision we may do differently in the future. It was a bad Christmas for snow in Michigan, but we did get some snow the day after Christmas. Regardless we … Continue reading
Our trip to Bar Harbor took a little longer than expected. We were told the original L.L. Bean store was right on our route in Freeport, ME. Bob decided that this was an opportunity that could not be passed up. … Continue reading