Monthly Archives: May 2017

May 10 – Going Home

After a little more than four months, we we're headed home today … generally, however, the most arduous of any trip when having to pass through Washington, DC, Baltimore, Wilmington and Philadlephia!  Aside from the unpredictible traffic (generally heavy just … Continue reading

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May 9 – Virginia’s State Capitol and Executive Mansion

During the American Colonial period, Virginia's first capital was located in Jamestown, where the first legislative body, the Virginia House of Burgesses, met in 1619. The new government used four state houses at different times at Jamestown due to fires. … Continue reading

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May 8 – Visiting with Chip and Debby

This afternoon we viisted with with my cousin Chip … who recently retired after 35 years with FreddiMac … and his wife, Debby, at their beautiful, now full time, home on Lake Anna. They've reently purchased a Winnebago motorhome and … Continue reading

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May 4 – 7 – Working Our Way North

Not certain we've mentioned it before, but based on the prevalence of their use, we've come to the conclusion that across much of the country … and in Florida in particular … directional signals for changing lanes or making turns … Continue reading

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May 3 – Florida State Capitol – Governor’s Mansion – The Grove Plantation House

Today is day 1,100 of our RVing life! On our drive into the heart of Tallahassee, we were struck by the overwhelming predominance of huge live oaks draped with Spanish Moss and the almost absence of palm trees, with those … Continue reading

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May 1-2 – Our “Really” Last Day in Sarasota and Trip to Tallahassee

I was up and on the road to Sunset Jeep's Service Department bright and early on Monday morning … to make certain I could get them to address the problem with not being able to disengage our Jeep's transmisson for … Continue reading

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