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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Had an absolutely WONDERFUL time visiting our friends in Wyoming! Met Shawn and Mandi Terry at the NASCAR races in Vegas when we first started traveling in our RV 18 months ago and have stayed connected ever since. Who would have thought that the crazy guy in a Dale Earnhardt […]

Loretta Lynn Ranch

Spent the morning touring Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, TN. It’s HUGE! 6,500 acres! Toured a replica of the home where she grew up in Butcher Holler, a replica of the mine her daddy worked in, her doll museum, her house (not the one she lives in now. That […]

3 States in Just Hours

Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. All in just a couple of hours. Only our Houston friends will understand the uniqueness of that. For those of you NOT from Houston, you can drive in a straight line for hours and still be in Houston! Love this traveling life!

Little Switzerland Aug 2019

Took a nice drive to Little Switzerland with new friends, Ken and Joan Beccard, yesterday. Had lunch at The Switzerland Inn in their Terrance restaurant with awesome views. Thank you Joan Kryston for suggesting this little town. I can see why spending your anniversary there would be so special.

Portland, Maine

Made a trip to see the Portland Head Light and the city of Portland, Maine yesterday. The lighthouse was commissioned in 1790 by George Washington. Fence of Love Locks in Portland. Similar to the one in Paris, France. Ken posing by a lobster lighthouse . Sections of what used to […]

Hazelton/Weatherly, Pennsylvania

Went to Eckley Miners Village yesterday. My grandfather was a miner at the Eckley Mine and his picture is on the wall in the museum. Sean Connery starred in The Mollie Maguires which was filmed there in 1970. The museum was filled with artifacts and information and a movie that […]

White haven, Pennsylvania

Dinner last night at the Powerhouse Eatery. Constructed in 1907, as the White Haven Sanatorium, it was a hospital to treat ‘consumption’ or more commonly known now as tuberculosis. As the disease grew to epidemic proportions more buildings were built and the local power company couldn’t provide enough power for […]