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Apr 12, 2007 - Home again...

The weather cleared enough last Monday, April 9, that we packed up and headed out. We traveled north to Brady, Abilene, Lubbock and Amarillo. The Bluebonnets were good all the way to Lubbock. There was drizzle and sprinkles and it was overcast, but no serious weather. Finally, just north of Amarillo, the sun peaked out and we began to see blue skies. We drove on to Dumas and boondocked at WalMart for the night. We were up early Tuesday and headed on north to Elkhart, Kansas and then made a stop at Johnson City to visit Wes' Mom, who is in...

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Nov 27, 2006 - Thanksgiving

Wednesday evening, November 22, our family arrived at the farm. Mike and Zack arrived on Thursday afternoon since Zack had to work on Thanksgiving morning. We celebrated Thanksgiving, Christmas and the fall birthdays. Wes, Sunny and Zoe all have birthdays the end of October/beginning of November, so we usually celebrate them all together somewhere. It was a full weekend and we had a great time. Mike and Zack had to leave on Friday evening since Zack had to work again on Saturday morning. Sunny and Brian went home a day early on Saturday,...

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Oct 9, 2006 - New friends - Great adventure

On Saturday evening, the whole community of Englewood held a potluck dinner and a country western music program. They invited our boondockers group to join them. There was so much food, we could have had 3 times as many people there to eat! After dinner, we were entertained by a group of local musicians, singing some of those "good ole" songs and playing musical instruments. It was a great relaxing evening. One RV in our group pulled out early Sunday am headed home to Florida for the winter. We began packing up and pulled out for home about...

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Sep 2, 2006 - Across Nebraska

On Tuesday, August 22, we began our trip. We have made numerous trips east on I-70 through KC and points east. So this time, we decided we would go north to Nebraska and take I-80 east. Imagine my delight when I discovered the "Chain of Lakes" SRAs along that highway in Nebraska. A little campground (inexpensive, I might add) every few miles with hookups. In my previous internet "adventures", I had read about a place that had collected and displayed lots of windmills. One of the SRAs was the Windmill SRA at Gibbon, Nebraska. We planned that...

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