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Friday, July 30, 2010
RV travel DVD and camping weekend for us
Just read about these dvd's (6 in the series) from a fellow RVer's blog. I just added all six to our Netflix play list to watch them. Probably make us even more anxious to hit the road of course.... ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ America's Scenic RV Adventures(2008) NR
Travel across America through spectacular landscapes with this program for viewers planning an RV trip or just wanting to see some of the most scenic regions of the United States and Mexico from the comfort of their own homes. Destinations include Alaska, the Northeast Coast, the Southeast Coast, the Gulf Coast and Baja. Each installment offers tips and advice, along with a close-up look at the region's culture, history and local adventures.
We are gearing up for a weekend of camping here. I am driving the motorhome down as far as Green Bay and picking up Steve at the University. Then from there we are going to a tiny campground at an agricultural airport by Rio Creek. From there we are going to our grandson Jameson's 2nd birthday party nearby. It's gonna be a great weekend, pics to follow in next blog post I am sure!
We sold our log home in the woods in 2012, and moved to the tiny community of Chilton, Wisconsin. We are happily married, and now grandparents of seven lovely little people. Jameson, Allegra, Chelsea, Mason, Clayton, Whitney and Claire! Our grown children are an important part of our lives, and they are now bringing children of their own into the world. What a wonderful treat that Grandchildren are!!!
We love to travel in our 38ft Safari Serengeti diesel pusher motohome, with our two Shetland Sheepdogs, Binney and Finnegan guiding our way. The motorhome really belongs to the dogs, we are just allowed to drive it places so they can get out and sniff!
We mostly boondock, utilizing our on board systems and solar panels on the roof. We don't need "No Stinkin' Hook-ups" We prefer to not be jammed in row after row of canned sardine tins like some campgrounds offer.
While on the road, I create my handwoven and knitted items. I am a weaver, spinner, and knitter of socks with an antique sockknitting machine. I sell my items online at www.kareninthewoods.com or in my Etsy store. http://kareninthewoods.etsy.com/
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