Sunday, April 27, 2008


It's Sunday and we haven't left yet. We had someone interested in the RV just last night so we stayed today and took them for a test drive. Not sure if it's going to work out but we're willing to stay a few extra days to wait and see. We found some oil and are going to take them to fill up the RV later. We'll keep you posted.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

feels like a long time coming

Well we're still in Loveland, CO but the good news is we got our RV back finally! The service place that had it was pretty ridiculous and we probably could of had it back two weeks ago but they were ordering parts which came in yesterday and were the wrong size!!! We said forget it and just paid for what they had done so far and now we're prepping it for the long trip to Pennsylvania. So the plan as of right now is to leave Sunday, drive across Nebraska, Iowa towards PA. As for what we've been doing for 3 weeks?? A whole lot of nothing. With the wind we've had in Colorado lately we've been flying kites, spending time with our niece Lucy, and up until the Pennsylvania Primary we were consumed by politics. We're excited to start our new adventure back east and we hope, for our sanity, that we get there quickly and in one piece.

Kite flying is our new hobby.

Cheetah at the Denver Zoo.

Kelly and Lucy
Josh and Lucy

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

here for now

We're currently staying at Josh's parents in Loveland, CO. We posted the RV for sale and have had some real interest so we're waiting to see where it goes. In the meantime we've looked at different 5th wheels but haven't made any decisions yet. We'll still be working in PA this summer and will go from there. Just wanted to let everyone know we're we are at.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Turkey, TX

We figured out the awning!

Driving down the road the awning, that we haven't been able to figure out, decided to unroll. Now we know how it works!

Sunset in Stratford, TX.

Caprock Canyon State Park

We camped overnight at this beautiful state park near Quitaque, TX. It was quiet, well maintained, and RV friendly. At night you could hear packs of real coyotes howling in the distance, moving closer and closer to where we were. It was truly amazing.

Quitaque, TX cont....

Quitaque, TX (Kitty-Quay)

Our friend Jason placed 3rd at the motocross races in quitaque, tx this week! It was a quaint little town nestled in the heart of the texas panhandle. We spent a few days feeling like real full-timers, relaxing in the warmth of the sun and hanging out with our friend Jason. It was just what we needed.

The Big Texan

Our first night in Amarillo, TX we enjoyed a meal and some live music at "the big texan". These two nice gentlemen played Johnny Cash's "folsom prison" for us while we ate and watched a young kid try and eat the 72oz steak (but "lost his dinner" at 16min to go).

"The Big Texan; home of the 72oz Steak!" .... if you can eat it within 60 min.....