Update: Sept 28, 2019 – We left D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery in Spearfish South Dakota on Sept. 18th, spent the next week enjoying Yellowstone National Park and are now at our next volunteer gig at the National Elk Refuge in Jackson, Wyoming. We’ll only be here for one week working with the Historicorps group helping to rehabilitate the historic Miller Barn.
When we leave here on October 5th, we’ll then make our way to; Lake Tahoe, Yosemite National Park, and Encinitas California before heading back to our RV lot at Rover’s Roost in Casa Grande, AZ. C’mon along ….
Welcome to our blog. I started writing posts and publishing to this blog as we departed on our maiden voyage in our (new to us) Airstream motor home.
As we traveled west and subsequently back east during the month of April 2016, I tried to take lots of pictures and post almost daily. The only time it may have been a few days between posts was due to the inability to get free and reliable internet WiFi connection.
All the posts in this blog are in chronological order with the most recent being at the top of the list. With the exception of THIS post. This post is called a “sticky” post because it stays at the top of the list all the time as a welcome and to explain some things.
So, whenever you come here, you’ll always see THIS Welcome post first, but then the next post will be the most recent that was written.
- When you see BLUE text, that is a LINK. If you click on that link, you’ll be taken to another page (in a new window) to tell you a little more about what I was referencing in the post.
- You can always click on any of the pictures to open them up in a larger viewer to see them more clearly
- You can scroll down (and look at the right side) to see an area where you can “follow” our blog. Then you won’t have to keep coming back to see if there’s anything new, instead you’ll get an email when there’s something new posted.
- We’d love it if you add your comments at the bottom of any of the posts. Don’t be afraid, if there’s something you’d like to say, just write it in the box and click on “post comment”.
That’s it for now, we hope you enjoy visiting the blog and catching up on our travels. We look forward to when we might be able to connect “down the road”.