We used our Harvest Hosts membership and Roadtrippers.com to help us plan an interesting and adventurous Memorial Day weekend. One of our stops was at Mohican Adventures, an extravaganza of fun outdoor stuff, including an Arial Park, go-karts, and a large canoe livery. We decided to try a seven mile canoe trip because it sounded like an awesome family adventure. I envisioned us paddling down the river, in total control of our boat, smiling and enjoying the scenery. Although traveling seven miles would be challenging, I believed it would be manageable. I’ve never been in a canoe before (except during 6th grade camp, which was a long, long time ago), but I thought, “How hard can it be?” Well….
A while back, I wrote a few articles about our wonderful, anxious dog, Hairy Barry. So many readers really seemed to enjoy his story (and identified with our struggles) that I wanted to provide an update on how The Hairy Dude is doing.
Want to know more about what worked and didn’t work to help our newly adopted anxious dog, Hairy Barry? Click here to check out the article series: “The Hairy Barry Chronicles.”
I had a health scare. I was admitted to a local hospital overnight for some testing. It happened while my husband was having his own medical issue. We were hospitalized in two different hospitals in two different cities at the same time. We had great support from family and friends and we are both totally fine.
If you are a guy, you’re probably going to want to stop reading now. Or, better yet, forward this post to the women in your life.
This post is about shoes. It’s not really related to RVing except that the lifestyle lends itself to sandals and I seem to have spoiled my feet for anything that isn’t comfortable and/or orthopedic.
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It’s taken me a lot longer than intended to share our experiences at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum & Visitor Center. As I looked through my images and videos, I found that they tell a powerful story on their own (with a little commentary from yours truly). The following are my Five Favorite Gettysburg Moments:
Picture this. You drive through winding, hilly country roads and finally turn onto the long driveway of a farm. After parking, you open the door to your RV and pause to take in your surroundings. You see green rolling hills and bright, golden sun kissing the crops and vegetation that surrounds you. You hear the wind as it rustles through trees and the light clucking of chickens, funny little snorts from pigs and the far away baaaaah-ing of a herd of sheep. You smell earth and clean air, with tinges of farm aromas. There is no one else around. It feels peaceful … and alive.
I am an insectophobe. One of my greatest fears is lice in my kids’ hair. Particularly in my daughter’s long, curly hair. My fear is based on experience. You see, bugs love Abby. She’s had lice twice, a spider egg hatch in her bedroom, fleas in her bed from a stray cat that she snuck into our home, a tick embedded in her scalp, and what seemed like hundreds of swollen, bruised mosquito bites all over her body.
I’d like to interrupt this RV Travel Blog to share a bit of introspection on the concept of a “Path.” For the third time today, the word “Path” was used in conversation with me. Although this is a common word, and I probably hear it daily without thinking of it, today I heard “Path” three times before noon. It’s as though a quiet voice is whispering, “Pay attention.”