Snow Art

When we started our journey in 2019, we planned to spend more time in each city so we could learn more about it and enjoy it as a “local.” In our first stop,  Breckenridge, CO, we stayed for a month.  This gave us the opportunity to enjoy a lot the community more than our typical…

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Where are We Going?

When you think of living in a home on wheels, you naturally assume you will be able to travel the country, see everything that you want and go on a whim.  And to some degree, that can be true.  However, travelling in a motorhome takes more time than a car and a lot more thought. …

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A Completed State?

As we travel through the United States, there are a lot of decisions to make.  One we have been debating since hitting the road:  What do you have to do to consider a US state as “done?”   Motorhomes often have maps on the sides and the owners use stickers to show where they have been. …

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Route 66

Route 66 For a lot of our trip, we were near or on the historic Route 66. A lot of it is gone now, but pieces remain and some spots are even thriving. We started seeing part of it as we passed through Amarillo and the famous buried cars. Barry shared his experience in Winslow,…

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Sedona Photography – Part II

When traveling with a professional photographer, you get a bit spoiled, knowing he will capture great memories of your travels.  And when you are traveling in a place like Sedona with so much natural beauty, it is hard not to stop photographing.  One thing I have learned though about photography is that it isn’t about…

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