Okay - well, finally, I'm able to get an internet signal and post a little something here!

This one's going to be short as we're ready to leave another campsite, but here's things in a nut shell:

We left Saturday the 17th and just barely made it into Roswell, NM (yes, that Roswell!) around 11:00p.m. before completely 'breaking down' in the RV at the first gas station in town.  Eventually, after many conversations with Geico and the towing company, we got towed into an RV spot at the Town and Country RV Park and finally 'hit the hay' at about 1:45a.m.!!  On another post we'll tell you all about our trip down main street with the Aliens, how great the people of Roswell really are and all the funny things that happened!

By Wednesday the 21st, the RV was repaired and we were on our way to Amarillo, TX. Other than lots of wind and a bunch of awful smells, there's not much to talk about regarding Amarillo, and the next day, yesterday (Thursday the 22nd) we pulled out and drove to Oklahoma City - which is where I sit now as I'm typing to you.

We're headed out today to Devil's Canyon State Park in Arkansas and we'll let you know how that goes once we get another signal and get settled in with family after the weekend!

Here's to another day of fun filled adventures, beautiful sites to see and here's hoping the wind dies down!

Until Next Time,
Peace, Love and fuel pumps, baby!!

Travel Trip #1 = In Oklahoma, when it says speed limit 70,....better to obey that. A very nice tropper let us know even 72 was way too fast for his state!  :)


  1. This sounds like such a fun, adventurous road trip! I would love to do something like this someday. Have fun!

  2. What smells in Amarillo? Hope the rest of your trip is smooth! Enjoy!

  3. FOR SALE: Summer of 2010 memories with our 13 year old son to include: breaking down in Rosewell, wine stained Roswell Tee Shirts, learning the "truth" about Roswell and the VLA, Fireflies, exploding cans of RootBeer, interesting rv park neighbors, Carlsbad Caverns, bats, near death experiences, honest mechanics, ancient indian artifacts, a BIG treehouse, very cool in-laws, a high school reunion, visiting family you love, frequent stops at the gas station to fill up the gas tank, watching the beautiful country rolling past at 35 miles per hour uphill and 90 miles per hour down hill, the screams of your spouse as electronic gear falls on her head, realizing that NO woman on the planet would put up with this (with the exception of Saint Shelly, she's not of this planet, please refer to the Roswell info above), a very cool son that keeps singing "Don't Worry Be Happy" and "Love Roller Coaster" - all for only $67,000,000,000,000,000,000,000.95. OBO

    1988 Coachmen RV sporting a bulletproof Windsor engine and 3 rolls of duct tape sold seprately, salesprice - $29,995.00, or payments to suit your budget with 15% down. Navigation System included. Don't call now - give it some thought.

  4. Vacation Cost: More than we expected.
    Memory meter: Priceless!


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