Is it possible Jagger? The holidays are upon us once again. This year is our fifth year traveling “fulltime,” with the trusty Workhorse pulling our Coach.
On our travels back from California in March, we stopped in Erhenberg to rest. An excited Jagger once again sees Tennessee (John) and goes crazy wanting to play and maybe get a small piece of bacon.
It’s our last day here at Humbug Mountain State Park and while we’ve been to most of the places and seen most of the things we wanted to see, there […]
When I arrived at my Twin Lakes Campground site, I was so excited to see two of my grandchildren bouncing across the campground to greet Jagger and I. They were so excited, full of energy jumping around…
Later that day, Jagger and I drove to the market and on our way back went to the Lake Onapa, which was only a short 1/2 mile drive. “Turtle Crossing” ahead and yes I see it Jagger. Oh there are several little guys making their way across the street.
After almost four hours we pull in the Butterfield RV Resort. We check in and pay for a couple of nights and pull the Coach over to our new site. The park looks pretty deserted. All of the Snowbirds have flown the coop!
With the coach all hitched to the workhorse, Jagger and I say good-bye to Bannack Ghost Town and head South-East to Island Park, Idaho
The wind was howling and the sky was threatening. But it was my only chance to at least see where many Nez Perce Indians were slaughtered and experience the sadness. Both cultures clashed and misunderstanding prevailed, but that was reality in that day. So I went out into the battleground alone to feel the history all around…
I needed to make sure the Coach would fit the narrow driveway and approach to the site where it would park the next few weeks.
My family time has been unmatched, especially for my Arizona family because they were so far away. I now find myself again having to say good bye for now, as my Daughter and two of my grandchildren leave for the drive back to California with my best friend Beth. Immediately after they leave I had to say goodbye to my Arizona family, my Son his wife and children.
After getting very little sleep last night I awoke early and we were out the door on our trip to Montana. Even though I was was sleepy, I still was unable to rest during the morning drive while riding in the back seat, but as the sun started to come up about ninety miles outside of Las Vegas, Nevada sleep started to catch up with me.
Travel Journal – November 30, 2013 It’s surreal, my dreams and planning are starting to come together today as travel to Montana, the “Big Sky Country” to establish my future […]