Author Archives: Rebecca

My favorite holiday because…

(Click the link to see all the pictures.) Freedom is awesome! Thomas Jefferson is 1 through 8 of my top ten favorite presidents. All the family fun of thanksgiving, but with 5% of the work. I look great in red, … Continue reading

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Day 5 update

Day 1, 568 miles to Chattanooga. Day 2, 324 miles to Benton, IL. Day 3, 348 miles to Kansas City where we picked up another grandma to match the one we brought from Florida. We’re so lucky our moms are … Continue reading

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Don’t know much geology

(Click the link to see all the photos.) Our Day One (568 miles) ended in Chattanooga with a visit to Ruby Falls. I won’t name names, but some of our party got extensive practice in self-calming and panic avoidance. I … Continue reading

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2018 countdown

60 hours to departure and we are picking up the Universal Space Bus from our friends at Alliance Coach. We had annual service maintenance done and,wait for it….a brand new stainless steel fridge installed! It’s gorgeous! And it’ll make the … Continue reading

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And the Curtain Falls

Many thanks to all who made this year’s adventure possible. 802 miles yesterday and 395 miles today have brought us all the way from Sandusky, Ohio, on the shore of Lake Erie, to our home base in Florida. Special recognition … Continue reading

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Totality!

St. Joseph, Missouri, were the greatest hosts imaginable! Their event planning and execution were top notch. We had heavy cloud cover for most of the morning. Then it started to rain and I began to feel the deep disappointment of … Continue reading

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Ready…Set…

We made it the last 54 miles (zero traffic congestion) to St. Joseph, Missouri. Rosecrans Airport is hosting parking and overnight camping less than 1000 feet from the center of the path of totality. Several hundred RVs and tents cover … Continue reading

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