I mentioned in my last post that my sister and her husband need me to act as chauffeur this week. There have been new developments in her health. Continue reading
So much has happened since the last time I blogged. We have been having issues with electricity and internet, so now that I have both, I can get you all caught up…
I’m going to make this quick because I find myself falling asleep in front of my computer. A week on the road and crossing two time zones plus a change to Standard Time seems to be taking a toll on me.
I think I mentioned a couple days ago that Mark was coming down with a cold. I’ve been trying to doctor him up, but it’s taking its course. This morning before we left Burley, Idaho, Mark went into Walmart and got himself some appropriate gear for the outdoors… Continue reading
Mark and I splurged this morning and had breakfast at the IHOP that was right across the street from the Walmart where we spent the night. Fortified, we crossed two mountain ranges (the Rockies and the Wasatch Mountains) and two state lines (Utah and Idaho). Here are today’s pictures: Continue reading
I admit that we killed some time in Cheyenne this morning, and then again at the Lincoln monument this afternoon, but we thought we’d make it all the way across the state anyway. Continue reading
The weather today was the reverse of what it was yesterday. We woke up to sunshine and then spent most of the day under cloud cover instead of spending most of the day under cloud cover and ending with sunshine. The mood matched the flatness of Nebraska. Continue reading
We got farther than anticipated today. Mark was able to drive about seven and a half hours, but with stops it was over a nine hour day. He thought about pushing even farther, but by the time we got to Omaha the sun had set so we stopped. We’re making up for lost time! Continue reading
We woke up in the RV in our driveway this morning and finished the last of what we needed to get ready to roll. We pulled out of our driveway at 11:40 this morning. Yay! Continue reading
We are still at home. Never having winterized a house before, Mark spent the day trying to drain all the water. I loaded a bunch of stuff into the RV and got the house clean, but the RV needs to be organized and Mark still has stuff to put in the RV as well. Now we are aiming to leave sometime tomorrow morning. At least we will be sleeping in the RV tonight as there is no water in the house. Hopefully by tomorrow night, I’ll be reporting from somewhere else!