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Bogie – R.I.P.

Bogie Selfie On Friday, July 28, 2017, we lost Bogie, our best friend. There were three of us on this on-the-road, full-time adventure. Now there are two, and our hearts are broken. Bogie came to us about 12 years ago, … Continue reading

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High Country Camping in Wyoming – A Cure for Procrastination

As this post is being written, we are about 10 days into a 16 day stay in a national forest campground in northwestern Wyoming in close proximity to both Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. There are many ways to … Continue reading

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4th of July in Lander, Wyoming

We never intended to wind up in Lander, Wyoming. Since leaving Flaming Gorge in Utah, we were heading north on US Highway 191 toward the Tetons and Yellowstone. After camping with Linda and Ken, our road buddies that we met … Continue reading

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First Weeks Workcamping at Flaming Gorge or… “We Ain’t Paying for That @#$%ing Wall”

I promise not to give our readers frequent reports about this “experience” over the entire summer. But maybe occasional updates, starting with this one because the first few weeks is kind of like jumping into the deep end of the … Continue reading

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Settling In

We arrived at our summer home on May 11th. Officially, we start “work” on Monday, May 15th. Since agreeing last Fall to come back for some summer workcamping, we had always planned to arrive a few days early. It’s a … Continue reading

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Foto Friday

How about a “Foto Friday”? Since we have been on the road, I cannot even count the number of photos we have taken, many of which don’t make it into blog posts due to space considerations. So, maybe we’ll occasionally … Continue reading

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Prehistoric and Petrified

After eight days in Show Low, Arizona, staying at Fool Hollow Lake State Park, we finally headed east and then northwest kind of making a loop back toward Holbrook, Arizona on highway 180. About 19 miles prior to getting to … Continue reading

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Divine Intervention

Sometimes, destinations are not planned. Sometimes, you just get a feeling that you ought to go there. Such was the case as we were heading east, with a “kind of” plan to visit Albuquerque, and then head north toward Santa … Continue reading

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Friends Amongst Us

The following post is being posted belatedly and out of chronological order to our travels. I inadvertantly recently posted “Standing On the Corner” instead of this post and have been unable to figure out whether I can rearrange posts once … Continue reading

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Standing on the Corner

After our two weeks in the area of Williams, Arizona and the Grand Canyon, it was time to move on. But where to? Although our plans were still cast in jello, we decide to head east. Our first destination was … Continue reading

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