Well, we are home. Whew! It’s nice to be home, and settled. But there’s also an amazing feeling of accomplishment and adventure. Below is our final map of every basic stop we had. More tomorrow on some concluding thoughts
We met with Cousin Brian. Niewenhuis and his wife, Melissa (great to see you, Nieuhwenhuis family!!) We headed from there to Crater Lake, which was jaw dropping. We left yesterday morning.
I said at the outset of this trip that i thought this was the first year our girls could really get something out of this trip. That’s proven to be true, in more ways than one. On the positive side, … Continue reading
Hi, readers! It’s me, Abigail! As dad posted, I am 9 now. So far, the trip has been nice. I enjoy camping. We’ve visited redwoods, beaches, and even tidepools full of urchins! We have been to Yosemite and I like … Continue reading
We’ve been out of touch the last few days because we’ve had loong days, hoping to squeeze the most out of each amazing area we’ve visited and because we’ve had limited internet access. At this moment, we are driving through … Continue reading
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What is there to say about Yosemite? It’s amazing. It’s popular. It’s one of the few places that, no matter how much you’ve heard about it, it still amazes you. I’ll say one other thing: this was special because it’s … Continue reading
We tried to mix some city with the parks. Stop number two was San Francisco.
So, we arrived at the first of the 3 major Parks that comprise the building blocks of this trip, and it was amazing! Would you believe I had a few friends tell me there wasn’t much to seeing the redwoods? … Continue reading
Abigail turned 9, a few hours ago. Here we are with a very special view, off the Mendocino coast.
Cyn, on evies appearance: “are you going for looking cute, or being safe?” Evie: “being cute!… and being safe, too”