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
After our wonderful time visiting with John and Sandy we headed along the Columbia River to finally cross over into Washington. The vistas of Mount Saint Helen were beautiful. The drive was not long as we were staying with Mark and Cathy Wanick for the night. They are old friends of John’s family. M...Read More
Our attitude about RV problems, is “forget it!” Tomorrow, as they say, is another day!
We left Sedona and headed north to Lake Powell for a few days of enjoying Utah. We pulled into the Walmart in the town of Lake Powell around 7:30. We solved our refrigerator problem with an extra cooler and lot...Read More
Sedona with Marty and Jeff
After enjoying the day and night at Huego Tanks Park in Texas, we started the trip to Sedona, Arizona spending the night in Tucson along the way arriving at Marty and Jeff Skelley's home around noon.
It had been four years since Janice and Marty had been together. T...Read More
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
We decided we needed a pre-Christmas camping experience, a short trip with our neighbors Frank and Linda Ruff to the Everglades National Park. Janice was already down in Ft. Myers playing in a golf tournament with the RV so John drove down with Linda and Frank in their RV to meet at the park.
The introduction pictures says it all, these parks are some of Gods greatest accomplishments. After our entry into the park we stayed at BenBow, a quiet spot along the way with a fantastic RV park but more important a wonderful restaurant, the Benbow Inn, which we had stopped and had dinner...Read More
We made an early departure from Cody, WY for the short drive to Yellowstone Park. As we have written, we enjoyed Cody and the beauty of good old American patriotism for the 4th of July weekend, although we believe that it is a daily way of life for the local populist here in Wyoming.
Driving alon...Read More
Eleanor Roosevelt's Wartime Prayer
Dear Lord, Lest I continue
My complacent way,
Help me to remember that somewhere,
Somehow out there
A man died for me today.
As long as there be war,
I then must
Ask and answer
Am I worth dying for?
This prayer is etched in the circle of remembrance ov...Read More