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Savannah Georgia – Beautiful Week

We left Sunday morning for our week long adventure to Savannah. We could not ask for better weather. We have stayed at the Savannah South KOA which has been absolutely gorgeous. It wraps itself around a beautiful lake with a bird sanctuary. There are swans, geese, ducks, and some other waterfowl. I have caught several sunrises which have been magnificient. We rode the Trolley through downtown Savannah, Georgia Monday. The guides were very good telling about the history of the town. The squares are gorgeous with all kinds of flowers, vegetation, water fountains, and benches to just sit down and smell the roses. We drove by the Wormsloe Historic Site and took pictures in the lane of the Live Oaks. Read more…

SAVANNAH – GEORGIA

We have been blessed to be able to travel to all 50 states, Canada and the Carribean. We have seen so many beautiful places, but there is no way to see all that our beautiful country has to see. We have a wonderful trip planned for the week of Thanksgiving to Savannah, Georgia. Our daughter, her husband, their three children and our son will be able to go with us. We will be staying in our motor home with our son and we have rented a cabin for our daughter and her family. I have been looking online to find out what we should do when we get to Savannah. Here is the list I have decided on. Old Savannah Read more…

June 2, 2019 Pennsylvania

Headed to Gettysburg Campground, Gettysburg Pennsylvania. We will be staying six days. Cost per night $57.59 per night. Before leaving Natural Bridge/Lexington PA, we ate at the Pink Cadillac cafe for breakfast before we headed out. This an Elvis Presley themed restaurant, and the food was delicious. We arrived at our destination around 3:00 PM, so we went to find somewhere to eat dinner. We ate at Gettysburg Eddies in downtown Gettysburg. This was a neat baseball themed restaurant. We gave them an A+. Their was plenty of sunshine left in the day, so we decided to tour part of the battlefield. Our campground is just on the edge of the battlefield. We went to the Gettysburg Battlefield Visitors Center Read more…

Fall Break – Getting Ready to go to Guntersville State Park

Our last camping trip was up the east coast of the United States back in May/June/July. It’s been way to long. We have been really busy with grand-babies since then. We kept them the month of July while their mama and daddy worked. We have grand-babies in the first grade, Pre-K, and one still in daycare. They are playing soccer and cheer-leading which also keeps us busy. I have been loading things into the motor home a little each day this week. It’s always good to have a check list to make sure you don’t forget any thing. We keep most everything loaded in the camper, but certain things I load the day before. I went to the grocery store Read more…

Test trip for new RV Armor Roof

Hey all! We have allowed the RV Armor roof to sit still under the pole barn to cure and dry without concern of the sun, rain, dew, or bird droppings. We are looking forward to a week at Lake Guntersville State Park Campground. The last time we were there was before our trip to Canada and back. This is our favorite local (to us) campground and it provides a nice quiet area next to the huge lake and beautiful mountains, especially as we are getting into the fall colors season. The lake stretches 75 miles from the Guntersville Dam to the Nickajack Dam. It is Alabama’s largest lake at 69,000 acres and a very popular location for the Bass Pro Read more…

RV Armor Roof Is Here

We have our new RV Armor Roof and we are loving it. It is so new and clean looking. It is guaranteed for life, so it will never have to be replaced. The gentleman who came out to do the work was extremely nice, and knowledgeable about his job. He travels the country with his wife in a fifth wheel camper from job site to job site. How fun to be able to travel the country and still make a living while seeing the countryside. It took four 1/2 days to do the work. The first day was just washing the roof and getting it clean for the job to be done. The second day was to take all the Read more…

New RV Armor Roof Coming

They Come to You Your campground. Your driveway. Wherever you are in the US, they come to you. CERTIFIED TECHS They have a nationwide network of certified technicians trained to handle all RV roofs. AS of September 2019 RVacationer will have a brand new lifetime warrantied puncture proof roof installed on our 2002 Dutch Star motorhome. They come to me to do the work, not the other way around. We filmed a lot of “before” footage to be added to our Youtube video channel. Hopefully we will interview the installer and get an idea what is behind the product and installation. RV Armor roofing systems 4654 E State Road 64 #202, Bradenton, FL 34208 LIFETIME GUARANTEE Their proprietary RV Armor Read more…

Natural Bridge Virginia / June 1st

We are up and ready to go, and we are leaving at 8:29 AM. We loved the Baileyton KOA in Baileyton, Tennessee last night. It was so quiet and peaceful. Everyone got a good night sleep and we are ready to head on down the road. Our next stop will be Natural Bridge KOA in Lexington VA. We stopped a couple times to make sandwiches and get diesel fuel, but we are glad to be here. We needed to stretch our legs. This is a beautiful place. We are getting set up for another one night stay, and will be on the road again early in the morning. We are just going to set up the necessities, so we can Read more…

Baileyton KOA in Greenville TN

Today is May 31st 2019 and we are leaving for the most days we have ever been on for a single trip. We will not be back home until July 2nd. We have planned this trip for over a year and saved our pennies so we can have a wonderful time. We are leaving Arab, Alabama and going to Canada’s Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and the North Beach in Shediac New Brunswick. With excursions in Gettysburg, New York City, Plymouth Ma, Bangor, Kennebunk Port, Bar Harbor and others. Today is May 31st 2019 and we are leaving for the longest trip we have ever been on. We will not be back home until July 2nd. We have planned this Read more…

Update after returning from Shediac Canada

Well, while we had a great time over the entire trip, we wanted to share the real world “adventure” stories. No one got hurt or sick, but we did have a minor fender bender with a car wash, and the Canada Ocean Surf RV Park in Shediac ( pronounced “shed”-“yack” ) blew up our power transfer switch. We had to rewire our camper every time we pulled into a campground, and rewire it again when we left, so we could run the generator and power the coach appliances while we drive. Well, while we had a great time over the entire trip, we wanted to share the real world “adventure” stories. No one got hurt or sick, but we did Read more…