Back in September, we met Bob and Jadie, part of a wonderful family who lived in New York State. After meeting them at the campground in Leitchworth State Park, they were so interested in our trip that they invited us to park the camper in the back yard of their house for the night. Both families [...]
My Sprint account is still cancelled. They were supposed to temporarily reactivate but have not done so. I need a new wireless provider.
Well, I knew that this might happen, but I thought I had escaped the executioner. I tried to make a call on my cell phone this morning and could not dial out. This did not worry me too much as this has happened before, and was usually corrected with a phone restart or, at worst, [...]
This was in the news today: World’s Oldest Cave Art Found—Made by Neanderthals? While on our trip, we visited about a dozen sites with petroglyphs and pictographs, although the ones we saw were only about 800 to 1500 years old. Most of the sites we saw were made relatively recently, reportedly, by Mogollon, Pueblo, Hopi [...]
It has been on the market for a couple of weeks, but I thought I would put the links up here, in case anyone of our millions of readers are interested. Craigslist ad is here: http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/rvs/3069621065.html And the RV Trader ad can be seen here: http://www.rvtrader.com/listing/2007-Winnebago-Access-Wf231c-104278034
Our journey has taken a detour and so has this blog. About two weeks ago, we suspended our travels and found refuge with relatives in Orange County. We had always planned to stop here, and only cut about a week off the trip, so this was not really a radical move. But it has allowed us to [...]
Today was a bit of a surprise, but then again it wasn’t. We awoke in Death Valley National Park, with plans to drive to Mojave National Preserve, then Joshua Tree National Park. About two hours into the journey, we lost interest and headed toward Orange County. The reasons for this were numerous: It was hot [...]