Newport, RI

  May 6-11, 2019 State #40   We stayed one week in the smallest state in our country, Rhode Island. The RV park, Melville Ponds, was very quiet and had some beautiful trails as if it was a state park. Providence The Capitol was 40 minutes away from our park. We drove up one night […]

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Hartford, CT

April 27th- May 6, 2019 State #39 This is our one stop in Connecticut.   We stayed at Nelson’s Family campground. Saturday, when we arrived, we got the rig stuck for the first time. This site was different in that it was on a hill, in the grass, and the only way to get there […]

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Trenton, NJ

April 6-13, 2019 State #37 We stayed in Clarksboro, NJ at Philadelphia South KOA- I guess because it is so close to Philly they decided to name it that. This RV park was the closest park to Philly. This was our first KOA property we have visited. They are known for having these jumping pillows. […]

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Pennsylvania

April 2019 State #36 Pennsylvania will join Alaska and Hawaii on the list of places the RV did not spend the night. It finally drove through the state, in June, when we traveled from Niagara Falls, NY to Cleveland, OH. We stopped at a truck stop in Erie, PA just so MF could park in […]

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Delaware

March 30-April 6, 2019 State #35 Delaware, the first state to ratify the constitution. Delaware signed it quickly because they loved that they were given 2 representatives just like the other 12 colonies even though they were the only one that couldn’t grow in size (blocked by Maryland and Pennsylvania). Here is a list of […]

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Maryland

Maryland is state #34 on our 50 state adventure. The next four posts will be about Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Over the next three weeks we will have a lot of cross over between states because of their close proximity to where we will be staying in each state. For example, we visited […]

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Washington, D.C. Part 2

We explored this city for two weeks so I divided up the blog posts into two parts. See Part 1 here. Day 4 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington National Cemetery is a United States military cemetery in Arlington,Virginia, across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. It is the final resting place for more than 400,000 active duty service […]

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