Chapter 3 Travels Posts

September 15, 2016
September 7, 2016

We were knocking things off our to-do list, spending quality time with our friends and family, having fun sightseeing, and looking forward to the next leg of our trip. That’s when disaster struck and derailed all of our plans.

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September 5, 2016

When my brother suggested waking up at 4:45 a.m. to go watch hot air balloons launch at a local festival, my initial reaction was “Drop dead, brother.”  But, upon further reflection, I realized that would be short sighted.

Read the PostHot Air Balloons and Heartburn

August 25, 2016
August 16, 2016
August 9, 2016

Central Pennsylvania was a beautiful place to begin our travels and it perfectly melded several characteristics we were looking for.  A quiet and peaceful environment, with minimal traffic, and lots of things to see and do.  We wasted no time getting started.

Read the PostBridges, Brews, & Butterflies in Central Pennsylvania

August 1, 2016

Apologies for the blog silence recently (I know it’s kept you up at night…)  It turns out, blowing your life up is extremely time consuming!

Read the PostPardon The Interruption

July 9, 2016

As we continue to sort, toss, donate and pack our belongings, the reality of moving out of our house looms large.

Read the PostBittersweet

June 23, 2016

Kevin installed the GEICO app on his phone since they are now insuring the RV.  I have spent hours imagining how much fun this app must be.  I don’t want to actually launch it and see; I just want to envision the possibilities.

Are there different colored buttons depending on how bad we fucked up?  I hope there are.

Read the PostWe Got the Good Insurance, Right?

June 16, 2016

Some of our goals with this project are to go places we’ve never been, meet people we wouldn’t otherwise meet, and learn more about our vast and varied country.  These last few days in Mississippi have offered opportunities to do all that.  We’ve learned many valuable lessons and realized some assumptions we had were completely incorrect.

Read the PostThings We’ve Learned in Tupelo