We left Waterton National Park in Alberta first thing in the morning for the short trip to the U.S. border. Even if you have been out of the United States for only a few days, it is always good to get back home in the “Good Old USA”. The drive along the east side of Glacier National Park was beautif...Read More
It was on to Idaho in the morning. When we crossed the border we were in the heart of the potato business. Two memories came to mind, our dear neighbor Lou Steflik grew up in Bunnell, Florida, next to Flagler Beach and was a large red potato farmer something you don’t think about being a Florida cro...Read More
New Brunswick and the Bay of Fundy
We crossed the border and headed south to follow the Fundy Coastal Drive that follows the Bay of Funday. We started in Saint Andrews a wonderful small town. In our last trip we took the ferry from Saint Andrews to Campbello Island where President Franklyn Rose...
Golf with Maurica
We departed Connie and Lee’s in the morning to meet our friend Maurica Smith at Amherst Country Club to play golf. Maurica grew up at our local golf club in Florida, Riviera Country Club. She is one of Donnie Klem’s star pupils She took the morning off to play the course with us...
Our visit with Uncle Bill and Aunt Margaret
We departed Rhode Island and headed to Cape Cod to visit Janice's Aunt Margaret and Uncle Bill. We took the scenic route along the coast across the bridge and stopped to work on the blog for about an hour. We arrived at Margaret and Bill's about 2 p.m.,...
We have taken you along with us to a lot of the destinations going north, so we don't want to bore you with those stops, however there are some new interesting places and good golf along the road.
Asheville and Golf at Black Mountain
Our next stop was just outside Asheville at Mama Gertie's RV...
Our first stop is Georgia
Saga of the Cabinet
Today we headed out in the RV, with our newly installed cabinet, designed and built by Janice and John. We are excited with the new work area and storage it brings us. It is constructed with Cherry plywood and has a 1 3/4 inch butcher block top. W...
Having had our "tire experience, thanks to the honesty of the gentlemen at Gene's Tire in Bossier City, we got on the road for Dallas to start the two-day tour of presidential libraries in Texas. The first stop was the George W. Bush library at the Southern Methodist University (SMU) campus in Dal...Read More
In 1975, Janice was a young programmer with Warner Lambert and decided to take a golf vacation. She stopped at Liberty Travel on Route 4 in Paramus, New Jersey, where they suggested Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic, home of the famous Pete Dye golf course, Teeth Of The Dog. Casa de Campo la...Read More
Pinehurst is one of the greatest golf destinations in the United States. it is famous for the golf courses designed by Donald Ross, one of the most famous golf course architects ever. Ross apprenticed under Old Tom Morris in St. Andrews, Scotland and arrived in the United States in ...Read More