Viewing: Touring the US

Moving Eastward, Spring of 2016

By on June 15, 2016

From New Mexico, we arrived in Midland, Tx to visit “W’s” Boyhood home from 1951 to 1955 when they moved to a larger home.  It was a small nondescript house in a very small oil town in the large state

Wisconsin – WOW!

By on July 17, 2015

Wisconsin – WOW! After driving through more corn fields, more soy bean fields and now some dairy farms, we reached Milwaukee.  We had such a good time in that city.  It is about the size of Atlanta, but with a

Greenville to Huntsville and Champaign

By on June 30, 2015

After visiting family in Atlanta, Charlottesville, Charlotte, we took the opportunity to visit the fair city of Greenville, SC.  Our grandson, Rutty, will be going to Furman College this Fall, plus we had heard what a nice, arty, town it

Crossing Tennessee

By on June 20, 2015

We moved from the shores of the Arkansas River to the shores of the Mighty Mississippi, staying in West Memphis, AR just across the river from Memphis, TN.  We selected this location because we would be on the river’s edge

Gulf Shores

By on January 8, 2015

We left Sterling Lake and the Eagles flying overhead, going to Pensacola, Florida, to see the city and visit some friends we had not seen in several years. Pensacola is a delightful city, small but loaded with things to do

The Pilgrimage

By on December 7, 2014

Although we left Clifton Forge headed to Charlottesville, my home town, we were also heading to Atlanta and ultimately to Red Bay, Alabama. Why would we go to Red Bay you wonder? Our coach was made by Tiffin and Red

We Ran for the Roses

By on September 20, 2014

We left Manistee for St. Joseph, MI…loved St. Joseph, a beautiful lakeside town taking advantage of the lovely location.  The beaches were beautiful, white sand, and the town itself was pretty, clean with good stores.  Paul, Don and I enjoyed

Niagara Falls

By on August 11, 2014

Wow, what a sight!  We took pix from various angles as we enjoyed looking at the view; it was very crowded so we left after taking the pix. Interesting notes about the highways in NY State:  the sides of the

From Maine to upstate New York

By on August 3, 2014

Spent a couple of nights at Woodland Hills Campground in Austerlitz, NY, in the Berkshire Mountains, just across the Massachusetts state line.  We were given a space in an open field, all by ourselves, with no internet signal and no

LL Bean, etc.

By on July 28, 2014

Freeport was not exactly what we expected.  We thought it would be another quaint little town like the ones we had enjoyed in Massachusetts, but it is more an “Outlet Mall” with LL Bean way in the lead.   Every high