Sunday, September 8, 2019

Last year in September, we bought ourselves a little A-frame camper to start our long-held desire to travel after retirement.  Our hopes were to get back out West again and at last we did.

In October Lee and I loaded up little Annabelle kitty and took our first trip heading out West.  We drove from home (North Carolina) through Tennessee, Arkansas, and landed in del Rio, Texas, where our youngest lives.  After visiting with her for about a week we made our way toward Prescott, Arizona, where my good friend lives.  Then we came back to del Rio before heading home again.

This April we went back to Texas.  Yes, of course we spent a few days with our daughter, and then  we left for a week-long visit to Big Bend National Park.  What a beautiful and spacious park.  Hot springs, colorful birds, wild pigs, and dark skies.  

We have seen SO many amazing sights so far, and I got thinking it might be fun to share some with you. I'm not sure what the format will be yet, but I'm leaning toward keeping the verbiage down and just post pictures mostly.  We'll see as it evolves.

All that being said, let's get started.....
  
October 2018

Annabelle contemplating her maiden voyage to Texas

Our A-liner the day we picked her up Sept 2018

Hubby Lee at Air Museum, Tucson AZ, Oct 2018


Phantom F4??? at the Air Museum

some kind of lifter at the Air Museum


Karen amongst the Carons overlooking Sedona, AZ, Oct 2018
AZ meteor crater

Meeting up with dear long-time friend, Vicki, in Prescott AZ

Unique home in Prescott

 sights in sodonaa az

sights in sedona az

On our way to Patagonia State Park, AZ


Chiricahua National Monument, Cochise county, az

tombstone az

cruising lake amistad, del rio, tx

great plains state park, ok

roadside rest entering tn

chataloochee national park - maggie valley
That's it for now. 

1 comment:

  1. I must apologize for the lack of capitalization while typing these posts. The computer I have the pictures on has a faulty keyboard and one of my shift keys doesn't work well.

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