The RV’s nose has turned west. After 5 weeks of putting 2,500 miles between us and home, we have begun the return trip. Though not rushing back, we are feeling the pull of family and friends and implementing some of what we have learned about each other and what makes our individual retirement journey so satisfying.
One of the joys of this type of travel is the ability to make changes when we feel like it so, we are adding two states to our itinerary. Realizing that we aren’t likely to be back this way anytime soon, our return will include some time in North Dakota and Montana. That will give us 14 states for this adventure – not bad for 70 days.
Because Betty’s photos always generate such supportive comments, this post is really just an excuse to show you some of the 9,000 photos (yes, 9,000 in 5 weeks!) she has taken. These are from the Wisconsin Dells area, Egg Harbor and Door County, Wisconsin.
We hope you see a few you like!
|A typical campsite on this trip|
|A small scale railroad takes us deep into the woods|
|The Wisconsin River by boat|
|Door County, Wisconsin (the peninsula north of Green Bay)|
|Gulls were everywhere|
|Here's a sign I don't see often in Phoenix!|
|Another well-shaded place for us to spend several days|
|Eggs like this are all over Egg Harbor, WI|
|We picked our own cherries|
|Then Betty made them into an incredible cherry crisp|
|The photographer in a rare moment without her camera|