Now for the good stuff. The most asked question we get is there any thing you regret. Yes, missing family time, and not starting this adventure when we were younger. Next, what is the place you like best? That's a tough one. Would it be standing on the rocky coast of Maine or Oregon, the Atlantic beaches or the Pacific beaches, The Grand Canyon or Bryce canyon, Death Valley or Big Bend, Texas Hill country or the Florida Panhandle, get the picture. It is so hard to decide. Until you stand on a glacier in Alaska or in the shadow of Mount Rushmore or the rim of the Grand Canyon its hard to describe the wonderful feeling we get while exploring this great county of ours call The USA. I guess the answer to that question would be the United States of America.
As a child I guess I developed wanderlust by reading Outdoor Life, Field and Streams and Boys Life, the Boy Scout magazine, along with as many adventure magazines and books I could get my hands on. I guess the summer reading program at the libery did more for me then I realized. As a child the only vacation I had was going to boy scout camp and spending one day at the Jersey shore. But it was the reading of those magazines and western novels that I became a armchair traveler and dreamed about fishing in the Yellowstone river or seeing the Rocky mountains that set the subconscious plan in my brain.
For Linda, it was a little different. She got to spend summers in her early youth in Boston with her aunt and uncle. Then when they moved to Philadelphia and then Atlantic City, she got to spend summers in those places. How did she develop her wanderlust. She married Bob, and so the story goes..
We can't tell you how blessed we are to be able to do what we are doing. And oh yes Mark (our middle son) keeper of the box of CD's containing 1000's of photo's that are memories. Just think how many boxes it would be if they were photo's in albums. So guard it carefully as they are our memories.
More memories;.we saw this lab riding in a miniture horse trailer behind a motorcycle in Hellertown PA.
We went to the Chicken Ranch with Mark and Tracey. See one of many rotisseries. See at www.kauffmamsbbq.com
While hear we felt a earthquake and sat thur a harricane. See all the pine neeles stuck to the side of our RV and car. Our site.