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That’s a Wrap! – End of Trip Fun Facts

  It was inevitable, I suppose. Being so close to home on the west coast, we just couldn’t help ourselves. The thought of seeing our friends and family was greater than our desire to visit our last remaining destinations on our nine month long adventure around the US.  The places we had yet to visit…

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Reuniting Caleb With His Family – Gabriola Island, BC CANADA

We finally left Sandpoint, Idaho, with the Moho brakes in fine working order and weren’t sure what to do with ourselves. We knew we wanted to get as far west as the day would allow, so we drove. We made a reservation for that night at the KOA about halfway through Washington state in Ellensburg…

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Our New Favorite Place – Black Hills, SD

The Black Hills of South Dakota were so pretty. It was such an interesting change of scenery from the Badlands. They are both beautiful in different ways. Chris found an amazing campground called “Broken Arrow” just outside of Custer in a valley surrounded by the Black Hills. Broken Arrow is actually a horse camp, meaning…

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New England Adventures – Cape Ann, MA

We said good-bye to Aunt Connie and headed north from Connecticut. Our plan was to camp outside of Boston, and go into the city to check it out. We also have a friend that lives north of Boston not too far that we wanted to visit. Chris found Cape Ann Campsite online. It was a…

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“Empire State of Mind” – New York, NY

Everything on the east coast seems so close together. I had no idea before we were here that you could drive from Washington DC to New York City easily in a few hours. Well, easily in a car, that is. In a motorhome that can’t reverse when the car is being towed, it can be…

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Back to the East Coast – Outer Banks, NC

After we said good-bye to our friends in Nashville, we headed back out to the east coast. Chris is a surfer and had seen pics of the Outer Banks surf spots since he was a kid. That was our next destination. The road from Nashville to the Outer Banks of North Carolina is a decently…

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The Highest Point – Jonathan Dickinson State Park, FL

After spending a week in California, we flew back to Ft Lauderdale and drove “home” to the Moho, which was parked at Jonathan Dickinson State Park just outside of Jupiter, Florida. In Chris’s tireless search of awesome places to stay, he picked up a two week cancellation at this park so we had a safe…

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