One of the benefits of our fiberglass RVs is that they can just pick up and go with us just about anywhere. During my life I have traveled to the majority of the states in the US, Pueto Rico, a couple of Canadian Provinces, Mexico, and Germany. HOWEVER, I've only had my Casita for four years so it hasn't traveled as much as I have. Although I try to go as often as I can, sometimes I just can't take her. Plus, Texas is a BIG state and she doesn't get to cross the borders that often, but I do like to see where all she's been.
Trailer: 1999 17 ft Casita Spirit Deluxe ('Inn EggsIsle')
Boy, we've got a long way to go to catch some of you birds, this summer will be a biggy though with Bullards beach, OR in the offering. After this trip you can visit Karen and I in the local paupers prison, will have to let you know where at a later date, not sure where in the trail we'll run out of money
__________________ Love being Inneggsile heading sloowly up the eastcoast to our next 2 month (Aug and Sept) camp hosting gig at Camden Hills State Park in Maine
Boy does this look bad. I think I need a map of all the places visited in Oregon. Too many places in Oregon to visit, but Washington will get colored in this summer. (I'll only be at the trailer thing 5 months.)
Someday this map will have a bit more color.
But for now this is it.
Gina said I should count Washington since the Mountain Egg went through Longview to get to the Northern Oregon Gathering.
Byron & Anne enjoying the everyday Saturday thing.
Our Boler is relatively new to us, so it's we have only been to two provinces (and no states) with it so far:
We are looking to colour in more, in both countries.
1979 Boler B1700RGH, pulled by 2004 Toyota Sienna LE 2WD Information is good. Lack of information is not so good, but misinformation is much worse. Check facts, and apply common sense liberally.
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