We are learning to live in an RV and to appreciate life.
From our Travel Journal dated.October 30, 2011
Good morning, all!
I don’t have a strong internet connection, so this post will be short.
We have survived the Northeast storm which passed through yesterday and last night. It rained most of yesterday and throughout the night. When we awoke, we expected to see a blanket of snow. We only saw wet leaves. Buddy was hoping to play in the snow on his birthday.
We enjoyed our time with Greg and his family. I will post pictures when I have a better connection, which could be at the next campground.
I better close now, before I lose connection completely.
Have a Great Day!
November 2, 2011
Good morning, All!
Sad to say, we are once again without adequate internet access. However, I wanted to send a short update just to let everyone know that we are still doing well.
We are pleased to have finally experienced the colors of autumn. On a road trip adventure across the USA, we had planned to enjoy the fall colors in the New England states, but we found fall in New Jersey.
Yesterday, we left New Jersey.
and traveled to Delaware without any complications or delays.
You can check out the “Travel Days” page for details.
In Delaware, we found a place to call home within the Delaware Seashore State Park. For once, our big rig wasn’t
too long for a state park!
From the campground website, we thought we would have walking access to the bay and the ocean.
We do not.
However, the drive to both is short.
The surrounding views and noises at this campground are different from our temporary address in New Jersey.
I do so miss the beautiful, bold, and bright colors of autumn.
Just take a look around . . .
Apparently, fall is not the peak season for Delaware Seashore State Park.
We almost have the campground to ourselves.
(For most of our stay in Delaware, the sky was cloudy and gray.)
In front of us, we have the Indian River Inlet which opens into the Indian River Bay.
And to the other side of our home on wheels,
we can see a bridge under construction.
After your look around, would you agree that our temporary address in Delaware is quite gray.
As I drank my morning coffee and sent out this update,
I watched the construction of this bridge.
Even though we can’t hear the sound of the nearby surf over the clanging of construction equipment
and even though this temporary address isn’t what I had envisioned,
the nightly sunsets have been rewarding.
Words to Ponder Today
I don’t think of all the misery but of the beauty that remains.
I hope everyone has a Great Day regardless of their surroundings!