Category: Travel

Mountain Carving

Continuing from my last post, Saturday was another day of sightseeing. I started the day off at Mount Rushmore. Turns out there is no straight path from the campground to the Monument. Primarily because...

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In South Dakota

It has only been one week since my last post but it was a busy week. I combined a variety of sightseeing opportunities with a little bit of work and some necessary personal business....

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North to South Dakota

It’s been five days since my last post; let’s assume I was busy. The drive north paralleled the Missouri River through Missouri into Iowa and then the eastern part of South Dakota. It wasn’t...

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More from Sedalia

Friday was a slower day, the winery tour didn’t leave until 10 plenty of time for breakfast and coffee. They didn’t order as many donuts this morning but there were still more than enough....

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Arriving at Sedalia

Looking back I have to say that driving the extra hour or so to get north of Paducah, Kentucky was a good thing. It left me with a 5.5 hour drive today to get...

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Catching Up for a Busy Week

So here we are in the last week of April, the 27th, and I find my intent to maintain an active blog has fallen short. I will try to summarize the last ten to...

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Arrival at Palo Duro

So Monday night we all settled into the RV. While sleeping four is possible, it works best if you have two couples. We also have the challenge of moving three people in, when the...

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On the Road to Palo Duro

Day two comes to a close in the Wal-Mart parking lot of Checotah, Oklahoma; with at least a half dozen other RV’s and a few tractor trailers thrown in. Tomorrow s the final leg...

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