Tuesday, July 21, 2015

7N7 : Episode 4 : North Head to Camden

 I'd like to dedicate this edition of 7N7 to Lloyd Treichel. I never met Lloyd in person, but we'd traded some e-mails in the past and I remember he'd put a lot of thought and care into his letters. "Wandrin Lloyd" died July 8th, 2015.



We begin this month's adventure on the Washington coast with Jack and Rose, who are working at the North Head Lighthouse.



Off we go! Let's drop in on Hans and Lisa at Devil's Tower National Monument...



"Twinkles" and "Slick" hit Green River...



Watch out for the RV Outlawz! Denny and Veronica take on Barr Trail.



Randy introduces us to the inventor of the electric motorcycle.



Russ takes us to the beautiful Blue Ridge Parkway.



All good things must come to an end as Tim and Amanda take us home with a visit in the NorthEast.


Wednesday, June 10, 2015

7N7 : Episode 3 : Pictou to Eugene

We begin this month's journey in Novia Scotia, as John and Carol share what they've learned about traveling in Canada for the last three weeks...



Our next stop is Montgomery, Alabama as Karen and Steve take us
on a tour of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center!



Okay maybe this isn't the most "efficient" 7N7 route ever, as we depart Alabama and shoot up to Hardin, Montana. Here, Darrell Goza shares the history of Yellowtail Dam and discovers the future of ergonomically-sound concrete benches...



Ever find one of these in your front yard? Welcome to Yellowstone Park as Becky shares her neighbors' encounter with this bison blocking their driveway!



Next,"Pleinguy" takes us to the Canyonlands near Monticello, Utah for some
fantastic rock formations and petroglyphs.



Just for fun, let's take an Airstream to Lower Pines Campground in Yosemite Park...



And finally, a stroll in a lush forest with Sue and "The Crew" near Eugene, Oregon.

RV Sue and Her Canine Crew
Eugene, OR



That concludes the third installment of 7N7. I hope you enjoyed.
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Monday, May 11, 2015

7N7 : Episode 2 : Glenarm to Quilchena


Welcome to the 2nd episode of 7N7, where we drop in on 7 RVers in 7 locations in less than 7 minutes -- sharing with you seven new blogs per month.


I'd like to begin the second episode of 7N7 where I grew up, Central Illinois. where CozyGirl and Mr.Ger take in some covered bridges and Route 66.



From there we'll head east to Amish Country near Berlin, Ohio with the Zellers. Apparently all Paul and Margery do there is EAT.

(May 6, 2015 post)

Off to Havelock, North Carolina with Jim and Dee Walter. I selected Tumbleweed JimDee for three reasons: 1. I love North Carolina  2. Dee is an old chat-buddy on-line.  3. Because they are first-place CARDINAL FANS!



We now jog just 7 miles down the road to Newport, North Carolina! Tom and Marci share their day-trip to Beaufort "By-The-Sea" with their boys.




Off we go! Clear across the country near Page, Arizona we drop in on Al and Karen as they visit Antelope Canyon. I'll be sure to tune in as they get ready to share their adventure in Southern Utah and Zion Park!




Perhaps they'll bump into this next couple! Jerry and Kimberly Peterson are getting ready to work at Ruby's Inn at Bryce Canyon this summer.



Time for some international travel. How about some British Columbia action with Dianne and Steve! But this time I'm going to do something rather unusual. While the links direct you to their BC adventure, I'm opting for a picture of their header, instead. Take a look at their RIG.

Steve and Dianne's Most Excellent Adventure
Quilchena, BC, Canada




That concludes the second installment of 7N7. I hope you enjoyed.
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