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Oregon pronounced Oregun

There’s a lot about Oregon that keeps it unique… The coast and the Pacific Northwest version of “the beach” run counter to the sun and fun vision.  Bold winds, rough seas, and fog greeted us.  Absolute beautiful landscape!     There’s

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Lots of Wows!

Starting with apologies… Internet access has been minimal so the updates have been suffering. However, it’s nice to be in the middle of nowhere with endless sky! Then of course we visited Mount Rushmore. Another Wow! Nebraska, the largest beef

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Wanderlust!

Wanderlust, an irresistible desire to travel. Stratton, Vermont… we fell onto a 4 day yoga event that was huge! Hundreds of cool yoga types and their vendors giving away free granola bars and rides on the gondola to the mountain

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We are safe and dry in PA

The camp we are in is Ives Run Recreation Area. A unit of the Army Corps of Engineers…this group can run a campground. Then it started to rain. In the morning everyone was at the boat ramp pulling boats with

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No Hooping in the Rain

It has been raining heavily for the past 12 hours, with no sign of clearing. The weather radio has issued flood warnings, but we’re in a campground run by the Army Corps of Engineers so I feel safe. We’re in

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This Close to fulltime!

“20 years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore.

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First off weather day, really!

Wednesday Oct 22. Today is cool 67* and overcast with showers. So, we are at the Wash Away Laundromat I cannot believe I have made so much so  dirty. Edisto campground, live oaks section is beautiful but very dusty and

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