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Well, after a LOT of persuasion, sweetness, and downright bribes, I finally convinced Helen (adorable wife) to take an RV trip. We're taking advantage of a "Relocation Special" from Cruise America. We'll be heading out from Chicago to the west coast by way of Tennessee then across the southwest and eventually reaching Point Mugu, CA which is somewhere north of Malibu. This will be an adventure and we're both nervous and excited, but it will be a great retirement activity.
For fun, we…
Posted by Easin' Along on May 19, 2017 at 2:18pm
Mankind and Mother Nature have always been allies in the search and provision of solitude and tranquility. The demographics of those who enjoy being outside, whether absorbing the sun’s rays on the beaches and lakes, or taking a nap in the shade of the mammoth green trees soaring high from the mountain side, is growing in record numbers. People are discovering that there’s no better stress reliever than abandoning the city life for the peaceful sights and sounds of the great…Continue
Posted by Cruise America on May 16, 2017 at 4:07pm
Doing a trip through BC & Alberta (34 days) and Alaska (21days) Startin 16th May 2017. Anybody out there travelled recently and give us the good oil on places they have been. Forget the cities as we are basically into the scenery staying in Nat Parks etc
Posted by Norm Knight on May 5, 2017 at 4:40pm
Now that spring is in the air, it’s time to work your way out of hibernation and think about reinvigorating your spirit by getting reconnected with Mother Nature. Recent research has proven that just a simple walk in the forest can calm your mind and improve mental health. Scientists tell us that those who spend time in our national parks tend to feel happier and exude more self-esteem.
If you’re like most of America, you’re probably itching to get out of the house and go somewhere.…Continue
Posted by Cruise America on April 18, 2017 at 9:41am