The Outer Banks, NC
Jan 1-2, 2008
Colonial Williamsburg, VA
Dec 30-31, 2007
Wilmington, NC
Jan 3, 2008
Houston, TX
Feb 13-29, 2008
Charleston, SC
Jan 4-5, 2008
St. Augustine, FL
Jan 8-9, 2008
Savannah, GA
Jan 6-7, 2008
Port Canaveral, FL
Jan 10-11, 2008
Southern Caribbean Cruise
Jan 15-24, 2008
Sanibel Island, FL
Jan 25-26, 2008
Dunedin & Panama City Beach, FL
Jan 27- Feb 1, 2008
Natchez, MS
Feb 7-8, 2008
Lafayette, LA
Feb 11-12, 2008
Roswell, NM
May 8, 2008
Back in Louisville, CO
May 11-13, 2008
Bar Harbor, ME
Oct 18 - Dec 21, 2007
In October 2007 we sold our Colorado home of 16 years, threw our
stuff into the van, and hit the road. Just about everybody dreams
of traveling free and easy with few possessions and even fewer
plans. Here was our chance to make that dream come true. We
knew we were heading up to Montana then across a good chunk
of the country to Maine, but beyond that it was all a delicious
mystery. We had only the vaguest of itineraries, and we wanted it
that way.

For the next 8 months (Oct 2007 - May 2008) we made a big loop
through the USA starting and ending in Colorado. We spent New
Year's Eve in Colonial Williamsburg, saw the Outer Banks and the
wonderful cities of Charleston, Savannah, and St. Augustine for
the first time, and shared a delightful 10-day Southern Caribbean
cruise with my parents, stopping in such exotic ports of call as
Dominica, Curacao, and Aruba. We partied hard at Mardi Gras in
New Orleans, then crossed the Southern states, seeing Natchez,
Vicksburg, and Cajun country. The Hill Country of Texas got some
major attention before we crossed the state to Big Bend National
Park. At last we turned north for Carlsbad, Roswell, and home.
Where We Be
St. Ignatius, Montana
October 4-8, 2007
Devil's Tower, WY
October 10, 2007
Mount Rushmore, SD
October 11, 2007
Badlands, SD
October 12, 2007
Minneapolis, MN to Hanover, NH
October 14-17, 2007
Texas Hill Country
March & April 2008
USA – “The Big Loop”