OBX, NC

February – March 2, 2019.       North Carolina…our 32nd state.   OBX or The Outer Banks of North Carolina has 200 miles of low slim barrier islands that arc out from the mainland that protects it coast from the Atlantic. The Cape Hatteras National Seashore along route 12 is one of the sought after […]

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Charleston, SC

February 10-16,  2019 South Carolina is the 31st state we have visited on this adventure. We are officially on the last leg of our trip and have the Northeast region to finish it out. We are heading up the coast because it’s still cold and we are hoping to stay in mild temps for as […]

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Huntsville, AL

January 5-12, 2019 One week in Huntsville, AL. As we crossed the Alabama border we played ‘Sweet Home Alabama’ and I must admit I had a tear in my eye because we are slow close to home! It looks and smells like home. As soon as we arrived at the RV park the girls got […]

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Hot Springs and Little Rock, AK

December 2-8, 2018. Arkansas. Our 30th state and we closed the the gap on the West. 20 new states to hit in the new year. To finish out this year we will be be back in Texas. Then we will start the new year heading back to Georgia to spend a few weeks home catching […]

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Arches National Park, Utah

October 6-13,  2018 The last of the Utah Mighty 5 national parks- Arches National Park. This was perhaps my favorite! We parked the RV in Moab, which is only 10 minutes from the park entrance and the visitors center. Arches National Park has the world’s highest concentration of natural stone arches (over 2,000) in the […]

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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

September 29 – October 6, 2018 We stayed in Paradise RV Park. This was our first encounter with a self service park with no reservations. The owner had insured us that this time of year it would not be crowded but we were still a little nervous. It all worked out! We drove up and […]

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Salt Lake City, Utah

September 22-29, 2018 Our 25th state!! Halfway through the ‘All 50 states’ challenge! All the state road signs are in the shape of the Beehives which is also on the state flag.  It is called the Beehive State because the early settlers identified themselves as industrious like the honeybees. Salt Lake City is known for their […]

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