Quoted From A Fellow Traveler:

Life is short, Break the rules, Forgive quickly, Kiss slowly, Love truly, Laugh uncontrollably, And never regret anything that made you smile. Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we should dance.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Home Again!

Got up early so we could get out of Rhinebeck parking lot before the crowd started to come in for the Sunday show. We did some running down the Old Post Road, too bad that the leaves haven't changed yet because it would have been a real pretty ride.
The road slowly winds through the countryside.
Plenty of old farms to be seen.
And some of the unusual stuff too.
Then we hit the highway.
Traffic was doable until we got close to route 1 where everyone was heading for the Patriots game.
We finally got close to an exit and we took it along with a host of others. From there we were able to cut across the towns to avoid the traffic and get home.
Oh man we made it home, now we can do the laundry, take care of some things like get a new realtor, do an upgrade on the coach engine, and we will be ready to take off after Christmas. We are looking into doing some camp hosting in Wyoming next summer. We sent off an application and we received a reply that listed five choices and we have narrowed it down to two sites. Still have more research to do before we decide.
We hope that everyone enjoyed to places we traveled, and will join us again in December as we head out again. In the mean time, there are some small projects we have to take care of and doctors to visit, so enjoy the fall and keep an eye here for new things.
Safe Travels, Paul & Joyce

5 comments:

kbguy (福生) said...

Love watching your blog. Seems like you are enjoying your life the way you want it to be. I hope to do the same too. Can I join you ?

Paul and Joyce said...

We are living the dream that we worked so hard to obtain. You are welcome to join us in our travels and as we prepare for our next trip in December.

Anonymous said...

My wife and I have enjoyed your posts. We just got back from our two week rode trip up to Cooperstown NY then back thru Pa were we stayed a few days and toured the Amish country of Lancaster County. Found a lot of covered bridges to photograph. Look forward to following your next adventure.

SUBLDO

Paul and Joyce said...

We always loved spending time in the Lancaster area. If you plan on going to Intercourse, stay at Beacon Hill campground. It's a great little campground that's within walking distance to town.

Anonymous said...

We tried to get into Beacon Hill ( I remembered it from one of your posts last year) but they were full. We stayed at Flory's Campground in Ronks.

SUBLDO