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Serendipity

30 years traveling the road of life together

Planning our trips can be pretty stressful; I feel totally responsible for our enjoyment. So imagine the pressure I put on myself this year trying to figure out how to celebrate our 30th anniversary. Added to the difficulty of planning for this momentous occasion was the fact that April 28 fell on a Monday. YES, … Continue reading »

Categories: America, Campgrounds, Cuisine, Culture, Entertainment, Friends, Music, Nature, Serendipity, Wine | 13 Comments

Boondocking

For me, the tricky thing about the RV lifestyle is enjoying a variety of tourist locations without spending money like you are on vacation. That can be difficult when there are entrance fees for worthwhile attractions, outdoor cafes that beckon you to enjoy a nice meal and a bottle of wine, and souvenirs you just … Continue reading »

Categories: Boondocking, Canada, Friends, Serendipity, State and National Parks | 4 Comments

A church with a view

Manny and I both have our duties. He is the driver, dumper, videographer and webmaster. I am the cook, travel coordinator, photographer and writer. Surprisingly, the job of travel coordinator is the most difficult for me to pull off successfully. It isn’t easy to go into a new city and know where to go, what … Continue reading »

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Merci Montreal

Driving through Montreal the day before to reach our campsite, we had encountered an unpleasant morass of traffic due to miles of road construction. So we opted to take public transportation for our day of sightseeing. Armed with a map, tourist book and subway guide, Manny and I headed for the nearest metro stop, Longueuil, … Continue reading »

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Ohio’s small gestures

Still savoring the flavor of scenic Route 6, which had taken us deep into the lush verdant Allegheny mountains through small towns like Wellsboro and Warren that recalled Main Street America of the 1800’s, we weren’t quite ready for the contemporary rudeness we experienced the moment we crossed into Ohio, our seemingly surly neighbor. The … Continue reading »

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3 and 1/2 hours & 40 years from home

Three and a half hours and forty years from home, that’s what Honesdale PA will always be for me. Even though we spent the night only an hour away and the Roots and Rhythm Concert didn’t start till 1:45, we still arrived late. But as events unfolded, we were right on time.

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