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Rain Never Sounded So Good

So we've made it to our campsite outside of Boston and have had a great time so far. Our problem: obniouxs neighbors. #theyaretheworst Dropping f-bombs, kids being mouthy, a firework went off, the whole nine yards. And then it started... Continue Reading →

Day 1 – Potato Creek

We've made it to Indiana, to a campground with a special meaning for us. 17 years ago (damn), we took our first cross country camping trip to visit family. We stayed here in the horse part of the campground and... Continue Reading →

Currently #SOL21

My well-laid plan of notebooks and organization for my blog has fallen into disrepair and here I am writing at 8:55 PM with not much to put out there. So, we'll talk about how I'm doing currently. 🙂 Currently I'm... Continue Reading →

Thursday Thinkings: Charleston – Day 4 – Another Day of Firsts

Another day in paradise (or vacation)! We woke up to hot and humid! The predicted temperature was to be over 90 degrees with a heat index over at least 100 degrees. I'm not sure that it got there, but it... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Wanderings – Charleston: Day 3 – A Foodie’s Delight

Today, it was all about the food. First, breakfast! We had fresh fruit, yogurt with granola, delicious coffee, and our other choices were grits and eggs. I had a little try of the grits. Paste. Nope, not a fan. Everything... Continue Reading →

Monday Muddlings – Charleston: Our Arrival

This begins in March, our 25th wedding anniversary, when we decide where we want to go. Over the years, we've gone to a variety of places (Niagra Falls, San Antonio, and New Orleans) with an anniversary band thrown in for good... Continue Reading →

A Family Vacation

As I'm riding back from Chicago using public transit, surrounded by a huge amount of people who'd just been to a gay pride parade. After hearing at least 8 different languages spoke on our way to Willis Tower (which will... Continue Reading →

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