A Down day and reflections
08.15.2010 - 08.15.2010 55 °F
Today, Sunday, we are taking it easy. We have no plans of siteseeing, at least not at this point. Maybe later we will take a ride up to see a different part of the park. For now we are in the laundermat taking care of our clothes and getting ready to head back home. It's so much easier to load clothes in the camper when they are clean and folded.
Tomorrow, we decided, to head south to Cheyenne, WY and stay at the Air Force base there. It's about 413 miles from the Grand Tetons and will take around 7-8 hours to get there. After a nights stay we will turn east on Rt. 80 and head towards home. Right now we are expecting to arrive at our Son's house in Canadaiqua on Friday. We not going to push as hard to get home as we did to get out here. We will stay the night at Michael's so that we can visit with our grand-daughter whom we miss a lot.
So far this has been a fantastic vacation. We have seen more then ever before. Sights that have been burned into our memories that will last a lifetime. This country we live in is so broad, so vast with plenty of expansion room. The various landscapes that I have posted are so interesting. I would have never expected to see the different hills and mountains that we have witnessed on this trip. I can only imagine what we might encounter on the way home. Let's not leave out the different wildlife we've also seen. They have been pretty awsome as well.
I am now looking even more to the time that Diane and I can become "full-time" RV'rs. Then we can travel and see the rest of this country in the style we so enjoy. The best part about RVing is that you meet the most interesting people from all over the country. To add to that statment, you also learn new tips on RVing which make the RV life so much better. We have seen many different styles of RV's and I have come to the conclusion that the best rig is a 5th wheel. Some 5th wheels we have seen are almost as big as my home. A 5th wheel can also come with a garage in the back where we would be able to store our motorcycles. Perfect answer to travelling our the country.
Sorry, no pictures today. I will wait until the demand for pictures of a laundermat increases.