http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=purchase-levitra-super-active-in-canada I can’t believe how long it has been since I last posted. We have been so busy enjoying our travels and dealing with life situations that I just didn’t feel like pounding out posts on the keyboard. Since leaving the Black Hills of South Dakota, we have been through the corner of Wyoming and Nebraska (Scott’s Bluff National Monument), stayed next to Rocky Mountain National Park, spent a week at the Newmar International Rally in Pueblo, attended the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, took a hot air balloon ride, visited White Sands National Monument, dealt with issues involving my mother’s health care that threatened to take us back to Illinois, and escaped damage to our home from Hurricane Matthew. Phew! I think it’s time to get rid of that house so we have one less thing to worry about.
http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=comprare-viagra-generico-25-mg-a-Venezia Each one of the above named places and/or events deserves an individual post, but in the hopes of catching up on my blog, I will be posting the “Reader’s Digest Version”. I do plan to write more about the pros and cons of attending rallies at some point. This type of event seems to have a love/hate relationship with many RV’ers. I also want to reflect on our first year of ownership of this motor home. It is hard to believe, but we picked it up one year ago this month in Nappanee, IN. October 12th to be exact. We have spent seven months of that year in the RV and needless to say we have enjoyed every minute of it.
accutane lawyer columbus We are currently in Kerrville, Texas at Buckhorn Lake RV Resort attending our third event – The Hoots Rally. “Hoots” is a group of Newmar owners who also are active participants on the iRV2 forum and love to share information about the Newmar product line and modifications they have done to their RV’s. There are currently 37 coaches participating with numerous activities and seminars planned for the upcoming week. Once we leave this event we will begin our journey back to Georgia (unless life’s events take us elsewhere).
http://www.slccolorado.org/storage/proscar/ You will see these words – Great Faces, Great Places – on the license plates in South Dakota. I think it really captures the essence of the most popular attraction in the state – Mt. Rushmore, but also highlights that it has much more to offer. In addition to Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse we loved the town of Deadwood in the north and its counterpart, Keystone in the south. Then there are Continue reading Black Hills South Dakota – Part 2→
http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=prednisone-80-mg-a-day-cough I’m setting here on an overcast cool day in the Black Hills and am trying to catch up on my posts. I had to download lots of pictures and organize them, then decide how best to write about our experiences. The Black Hills are located west of the Badlands and, in my opinion, really divided into north and south with Rapid City being the dividing line. We headed north first and stayed at Elkhorn Ridge RV Resort (highly recommended) which seemed centrally located to the area. Deadwood, Sturgis and Lead are three of the towns in the Continue reading Blackhills South Dakota – Part 1→
sourceAs I mentioned in one of my earlier posts, we occasionally stumble upon a gem like we did with the Buddy Holly museum in Clear Lake, IA. Well, it happened again while we were exploring the “Loop” road for the Badlands National Park. It is the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site. For someone that grew up during the height of the Cold War with Russia I remember the monthly air raid siren tests, the instructions to take cover under our desks at school, and my parents reviewing plans for a bomb shelter. This site chronicles Continue reading Minuteman Missile Historic Site→
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We finally arrived at the Badlands/White River KOA on Sunday afternoon after about a 300 mile trip from Sioux City. I’ve decided that 300 miles is about the limit to what I really want to drive in a day unless there is some really compelling reason to go further. In fact, I think my sweet spot is somewhere around 200 to 250. We had a nice stay in Sioux City although the KOA we stayed at was Continue reading Arriving in the Badlands→
We finished visiting with my mother and headed West on Sunday the 21st of August to continue our trip. I have to say that the first one third of our trip was quite different than we expected. We scrapped the Michigan portion of our plans to take care of matters in Illinois. We are both hoping that we have things squared away for a period of time with my mother. It is hard being a long distance advocate, but I believe that she is getting the best care possible and is happy. Continue reading Westward Bound!→
As we finish up with our service work at Newmar, I can’t help but post a little about the Amish community that have a large presence in the Northern Indiana area. Of course we spent most of our time in Nappanee where Newmar is located, but we did visit Shipshewana, Middlebury and Goshen too. When we were finished at Newmar we went north and stayed a couple of days in Shipshewana and used that as our base to explore the area. The Amish/Mennonite community here is even larger here than in Nappanee. When driving we really needed to be aware of their Continue reading Amish Country→
Newmar, like a few other coach manufacturers provides a service center for their product. Instead of going to the dealer, an owner can schedule regular maintenance or warranty service at the factory. It has the advantage of access to some of the most trained and experienced technicians available. It also eliminates 99% of the problem of not having the right part readily available. I jokingly refer to it as returning to the Mother Ship.
It took a lot of last minute scrambling after getting our motor home back from Freightliner, but we finally got back on the road again on July 21st. As I said in one of my earlier posts, I will be glad when we don’t have to do the loading and unloading part of this adventure. It takes a lot of time and effort to make sure we have everything for each trip as we still have some items providing dual service between the house and the RV. This makes it necessary to load and unload them each trip. Plus we always have to stock the fridge, pick out our clothes, and make arrangements to have the house and yard cared Continue reading On The Road Again!→
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