I stepped out of the Journey to set up the utilities and instead of seeing this,
I saw this.
I guess we'll swing by Gaffney Freightliner in South Carolina on our way to see our two grandsons. It's only money and I'm proud to do my part to support the economy. :c)
We have stopped for the night in St. Joseph, MO at a campground. Of all the sites that were open, they assigned us the one with a tree blocking the satellite signal, so no TV tonight. That means we might actually do something constructive...
Now for all you grandbaby addicts, two pictures for the price of one!
and littler Rebekah:
They are why we enjoy our new fulltime life. :c)
Thanks for visiting and feel free to leave a comment.
Tailwinds are fantastic but I'm sure the road took a turn in the wrong direction if you started getting a broadside gust or two. Blame the engineers. That's what you need to do.ReplyDelete
Those little cousins are sure going to be double trouble in a few years!! Watch them!
sorry to hear about the hubcap!..but the tailwind and the grandbabies make up for it!ReplyDelete
I lost my hubcap/dust cover when I had a blowout on the way here. I'm using a Dixie cup as a replacement - it's just the right size!ReplyDelete
A tailwind......say it wasn't so!!!ReplyDelete
Lots of stuff to see in St. Joe. Pony Express and Patee Hotel museum are both worth a stop.ReplyDelete
Nice that the girls will get to live closer to each and get to grow up knowing their cousins!!ReplyDelete
Alas, we had to deal with headwinds last weekend; but at least our drive was just 54 miles; not too much impact on the mpg.ReplyDelete
I think it is quite cool that the cousins will live relatively close now. Easier for grandparents too!ReplyDelete
Oh my, all the cute girlie things things you are going to be purchasing!ReplyDelete
HA! 312 leisurely miles. I don't think I've ever driven a day so long. You two are a riot.ReplyDelete
But why wasn't the title I lost my hubcap in Sioux Falls? Has a nice ring to it! Tony might like the change of pace. Hasn't he been singing that song for 60 years or so???
Tailwind is a lovely, yet not too often occurrence...buy a lottery ticket...you guys are in it to win!ReplyDelete
Howdy, Marti & Paul,(Grandfolks)ReplyDelete
I just read an article about 'overpopulation' today
and between y'all, Karen from out in the woods, Donna from Sandwich/Hamburger, IL, now we know the cause!!
ITZ RVr grand-parents that are doing it.. Their kids just keep on having more g-kids to keep'em happy!!
Well, it's the grand-parents fault for having kids in the first place!!! Is being from South Dakota mean you get to say you once rode with Buffalo Bill?
People are always asking rvsue.blog what part of SD
she's from; she says Chicago!! The babies look identical; how're you going to tell'em apart?? They both have the Marti look! WATCH OUT FOR CRAZY HORSE!
We must have gotten the same office person at a different park, plenty of wide open spaces and 1 tree and where do they put us?ReplyDelete