Monthly Archives: July 2012

Saying Goodbye in Arkansas

We’ve been in Arkansas for a week clearing out Finn’s mother’s home after she passed away on June 28. It was hard and sad. We now have our RV overloaded with keepsakes and are heading up to Wisconsin where we … Continue reading

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Cadillac Ranch – Amarillo, Texas

Visiting Cadillac Ranch was cool. It’s iconic — a symbol for road trips and America — and a constantly changing art installation that you are encouraged to leave your mark on. We saw it on a beautiful, blue-sky day with … Continue reading

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How We Select a Campground Each Night

Last night we stayed at a cheap campground to balance out our budget after the expensive one we stayed at in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Cheap to us is $10-$20 per night, expensive is $40+ and our sweet spot is … Continue reading

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Meteor Crater

When we were traveling across Arizona last year we saw a few signs along the interstate for Meteor Crater. We opted to skip it and press on to bigger and better attractions. Maybe we should have stuck with our original … Continue reading

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Lake Havasu City, AZ

Last night we ventured off I-40 to go see the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, AZ. It’s the second biggest tourist attraction in Arizona, after that attention hogging Grand Canyon. We learned an oilman bought the bridge from the … Continue reading

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New Plans, New Direction

You can see by the online map of our travels that we’ve changed direction. When we plotted our 2012 destinations the plan was to go to Oregon, Washington and then on into Canada to see Vancouver and beyond. The news … Continue reading

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