After 3 weeks and 2,385 miles it's time for some home sweet home.
|Sweet hubby. Sweet puppy.|
As I’ve said, this was just a fantastic trip. I was able to see and do everything on my list. Other than the brake problem I encountered in the mountains, I can’t think of a single thing I would change.
And I collected 35 National Park stamps!
I got home late yesterday afternoon. I’m still getting used to having a really big refrigerator and an unlimited water supply.
Even the end of the journey was wonderful. I stopped about an hour from home at West Point Lake's Whitetail Ridge campground in order to visit with fellow-blogger TinyCamper.
Sharon, husband Ron, and two doggies (Sunny and Sheba) just love to get out and explore nature in their beautiful Casita. They had a serene spot right on the water.
I first met Sharon last spring after following her blog for several years. But this was the first time I got to see her Casita interior. As you can see, it’s a cozy cottage on wheels. Sharon has re-done the interior with style. It’s beautiful and inviting.
Next Sharon toured the GDB. We sat inside out of the wind and had a nice long chat. Sharon’s just a lovely person and I so look forward to camping with her in the future.
I’ll spend the next few days moving out of the GDB, cleaning her up inside and out, and preparing for the next adventure - a camping trip to Florida in about 3 weeks.