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Retired full time RV living

Alaska 2020 Coronavirus and Scout

Life is constant change. We all know this in our heart even though sometimes we cling to the past or refuse to accept what is placed squarely in our view. The last year has been filled with life’s changes for … Continue reading

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Day in Springfield with Lincoln

Our day began with the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum complex in downtown Springfield, traversing New Salem State Park and ending at the Lincoln Tomb. August 22 was a very pleasant day with sunny skies and cooler temperatures making for … Continue reading

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Tour of Gila Bike Race Silver City NM

Silver City has been hosting the Tour of Gila since 1989. The 2019 race consists of 5 stages with stage 5 taken place on May 5. The stage 5 route took the racers past the KOA entrance off US 180 … Continue reading

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Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument

Second side trip of the 2019 season. Silver City to the Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument via New Mexico 15. This is a pretty drive of about 44 miles one way up and over the Continental Divide at 7080 feet … Continue reading

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Silver City New Mexico – Whitewater Canyon Cat Walk Trail

Our 2019 travels begin at Silver City, New Mexico with our first stop at the Silver City KOA. Silver City is about 6000 feet up with the cool mountain desert climate. This is where the Continental Divide trail begins (or … Continue reading

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Scout at One Year

On October 31 Scout turned 1 year old. Scout joined our adventure just before Christmas 2017 and has been a great addition. Looking back at the pictures of the last year brings lots of memories to life. Peg was so … Continue reading

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Sequoia National Park

Tuesday Peg, Scout and I took a road trip up to Sequoia NP. This is about 120 miles from Bakersfield through Oil City, the vast orchards of nut and fruit trees and small towns to the western entrance. The approach … Continue reading

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