Jackson, MS

December 30, 2018 – January 5, 2019. 6 nights in Jackson, MS. We are mainly here as a stopping point on our way to Huntsville, AL but we’d also plan to visit the capitol building and Vicksburg Battlefield. We stayed at Timberlake Campground which was right on a lake. The sites are not level so […]

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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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St. Louis, Missouri

November 17-December 2, 2018. We aren’t in Kansas anymore, Toto. Our 29th state. Missouri! On our way to St. Louis we stopped by the Capitol building in Jefferson City. Yet, another capitol building being renovated when we visited. We parked along the side of the street and took up several parking spaces per the lady […]

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Topeka, Kansas

November 10-17, 2018 28th state! We are really filling in the map. We stayed at the Deer Creek Valley RV Park. This was a very convenient location to Topeka. It only took us 7 minutes to get to the capitol building, library and Monroe school. We are so thankful we found a guy in OKC […]

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Oklahoma City, OK

November 4-10, 2018 This is the worst state welcome sign we’ve seen. It was hidden and didn’t say anything. It’s also the worst PICTURE of a state welcome sign. 27th state! Another sticker on the map! We stayed at Mustang Run RV Park. Notice anything unusual? Yes, that is a storm shelter next to our […]

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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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Canyonlands National Park, Utah

October 7, 2018 The 4th of the Mighty 5 National Parks we visited was Canyonlands National Park. We actually moved the RV to Moab and drove to Canyonlands from here. It was about a 45 minute drive. Canyonlands National Park  was created in 1964 by President Johnson. It has countless canyons, mesas, and buttes. The park is […]

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