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An Extra Long Adventure – Sandpoint, ID

After being in Montana just shy of a month, it was nice to move west into new territory. We planned on camping at Priest Lake, at Reeder Bay. My friend Emily and her family go there almost every summer and have ever since Emily was a little kid, so I’d heard about how awesome Priest…

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The National Divide – Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park, MT and Canada

It’s early September and we were in Glacier National Park in mid-July, just to give you a time frame. Glacier turned out to be our top spot of the entire nine month trip around the US and a small portion of Canada. I’d go back to Glacier in a heartbeat. There’s so much natural breathtaking…

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A Beautiful Place – Big Sky, MT

Once all of our guests arrived safely in Billings, we packed up and shipped out via the Moho to a cabin we’d arranged to stay in for five days in Big Sky, Montana. We rented a place called “Eagle’s Nest” in the Moonlight Basin, just across from the local ski resort. The cabin looked pretty…

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Making Our Way Back to the US – Pictured Rocks National Seashore and Mackinac Island, MI

We said good-bye to our friends in Toronto and headed for the border. We spend a night at Chutes Provincial Park and were off early the next morning to get back into the good ol’ US of A. We’d been reading about the northern part of Michigan, around the Great Lakes, they refer to it…

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Visiting Friends – Toronto, Ontario CANADA

  We’d had our trip to Toronto planned just about longer than anything else on our journey. Chris has good friends that live there (Josh and Jane), and other good friends from Arizona (Alonzo and Molly, who we met up with in November in Sedona) had plans to visit Josh and Jane in Toronto in…

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The Maine Event – Portland and Acadia, ME

  I’m a little behind on blogging. This blog takes place over Mother’s Day in Maine, and it’s now the middle of July and we are in Montana. I promise I’ll catch up one of these days! Maine. A long-time destination for Chris and me. And we finally made it! This was about as far…

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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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