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Jul 7, 2011 - Ah, Power at Last... but no Nashville yet

So, on our way out of Franklin, we decided that the heat was too much and we decided to seek refuge at the local campgrounds. One was full but we found space at Poole campground with 50 amp service and water and a lake. So we parked, turned on the air and took a long shower and then crashed. William woke up early and went fishing. Didn't catch anything long enough to keep but it amused him nonetheless. We just took a slow approach to the day. We've been on the road for three weeks now so it is nice to slow down a bit. The RV is nice and...

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Jul 16, 2009 - Oak Grove, MO to LaVergne

Home safely with less than 600 miles on the 25th day. Being a numbers person, I am anxious to calculate some statistics: cost, exact miles (over 6000), miles per gallon, etc. Thanks to all who prayed for me and encouraged me through the kind emails. And again, thanks to God and my family for such a wonderful adventure.

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My Great Adventure

Jun 13, 2007 - Sleeping Just Anywhere

From the Customer Lounge of Thompson Machinery Company, La Vergne, Tennessee, 15 miles SE of Nashville. We pulled in to their parking lot last night to be here for a 7:30 AM appointment this morning for the annual Preventive Maintenance (oil change, fluid check, filter check & change where needed, lube, etc) on the bus & generator. And yes, we simply parked it in their driveway & that is where we called home for Tuesday night, June 12, 2007. I wonder if this is the way that George Washington did it to rack-up his reputation of sleeping in...

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We're Wingin' It

Jun 3, 2007 - Thanks, Micah

From Poole's Knob COE Campground, on Percy Priest Lake, in LaVergne, TN, a few miles SE of Nashville. Shhhhhhh.......what is that??????........awwww, silence, no more little boy chatter. Yes, with a few tugs at our hearts, we bid farewell temporarily to Micah this afternoon. His mood during the day went from (a) telling us (unsolicited) this morning that he wished that we could stay longer at the Kentucky Horse Park to (b) can't wait to get home as we got in close to Franklin. He did so great; I was so proud of him. This was the first...

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We're Wingin' It



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