Tag: Roadtrips

COVID Beliefs Blown Away For RVers-Campers on Iconic U.S. Travel Roads

We have just returned from a 32-day, 4500 mile roadtrip (June 19-July 21) from the Texas Hill Country through much of the South, Washington D.C. for July 4th, to part of the Midwest and back. Our preconceived ideas from news and the continually changing regulations around COVID-19 were blown away with the reality we experienced. It actually…

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Kicks On 66, Grins in Uranus

When I asked the legendary comedian Jerry Lewis, who was 83, what the key to happiness is for him, he immediately had an answer. “Do you remember when you were nine years old?” he smiled. “Always be the person you were when you were nine.” I definitely was nine years old Saturday, July 11th. Dodie…

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Noah’s Ark in Kentucky

Yesterday, as we drove through a torrential rain on Highway 74 north of Lexington, Dodie proclaimed, “If this keep up we’re going to need an ark.” She was right, again! So we visited an ark. The Ark Encounter features a spectacular reconstruction museum of Noah’s ark, built to biblical specs. At over 1.5 football fields…

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