Again you say? Well, it rather feels that way... Although we have been living in our RV for over four years we've spent the majority of the time in one place. I guess I should recap: November, 2006, Hubby (Rich) was accepted to Humboldt State University (HSU) in Arcata, CA. Thus we purged the "house and stuff" and packed up the motorhome and in January, 2007, headed to the beautiful North Coast of California.
Over the years the majority of our RV travel has been to visit Hubby's parents in the Sierra Foothills of California. Until 2010, when we took a three month, ten thousand-plus mile jaunt through 15 states. We decided to travel light and made the journey in our Suburban, lovingly named the "Nautilus." It was truly a grand adventure! We met some wonderful people, saw some awesome sights, learned many new things -- took some breathtaking pictures -- and it left us wanting more.
Hubby returned to HSU for one more semester, and we realized that as much as we have enjoyed living in Humboldt and have made some lifelong friends, it became clear it's time to move on. While looking at the map, of our 2010 trip, it became readily apparent that we had traveled a 'thin line' through our magnificent country, and in reality what we had experienced was minuscule in comparison to what the world has to offer us.
So... Starting again...