June 19-22, 2019 We have been to Boston many times to visit the many historical sites, but on this trip we found ourselves nearby in Foxborough and decided to visit Boston to take in a couple of noted art exhibitions. Our RV Park, Normandy Farms is conveniently situated about a 30 minute drive from the Riverside Train … More Boston Museum Visit
June 15, 2019 The ferry to Martha’s Vineyard brochure reads this way, “ Sail away to the storybook island of Martha’s Vineyard “ that is not only eye catching but spot on. This was top on our day trips destinations, so we got up really early (you know how much I love getting up early) … More Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts
June 6-13, 2019 This summer we planned a visit to New England with the motorhome and we decided on Lake George, New York as a stopping point on our way to Massachusetts, mainly because it was within driving distance of New York City and convenient for our daughter and son in law to join us … More Lake George, New York
April 8-9, 2019 It is always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings, especially when you spot an interesting item just off the road. That is what happened last year as we drove westbound on I40 towards Santa Fe. I had seen pictures of an art installation called “Cadillac Ranch” but didn’t really … More Amarillo, Texas
April 3-7, 2019 We always try to find interesting stopping points along our route. This time we picked Albuquerque, which we had visited as a day trip, when we stayed on previous trips in Santa Fe. Albuquerque is also a convenient stopping point on I40 as we head home. The city is in close proximity … More Albuquerque, Petroglyphs and Trinity Site.
March 24- April 2 We have visited Las Vegas many times but this visit was a first in many ways. First time we are here with Leo not in a business capacity and first time here with our motorcoach. We arrived at the Las Vegas Motorcoach resort and our first impression was that we were … More Las Vegas and Lake Mead, Nevada
March 20-24 The word death conjures up a lot of images mostly of the unknown, and that’s how I felt when Leo told me he wanted to visit Death Valley National Park. Those impressions quickly evaporated as we drove the six hours from Palms Springs and entered the park, what a beautiful landscape met … More Death Valley, California