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Dec 20, 2015 - Terrace Village RV Park

Ah the enjoyment of a day where everything goes like you hope it does. We enjoyed a little later start as we were only doing less than 200nm today, so the plan was to see some new territory we hadn't been through before, hope the sun would shine all day, the temp would go up and the grand prize of getting the RV washed. Lo and behold we accomplished our whole wish list. We started late 0940, saw lots of new territory as we skirted LA to the north and east( didn't matter a whole bunch as there was unlimited traffic to contend with although I...

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New route 15/16

Aug 1, 2013 - East Bound

After a great week of work, Winnie and I are headed east. We’re Georgia bound for a week-long project in northeastern Georgia. We’ve got 9 days to make the trip, so it shouldn’t be too bad. When I got back from Delaware last week, I decided to follow a section of Route 66 through southern California that we didn’t hit on our trip last year from Rancho Cucamonga to around Pasadena. It’s amazing that some of the motels and other businesses from the 30’s-50’s are still there. The route also held some new roadside attractions for me to add to...

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Sep 17, 2012 - Happy Birthday

Today is the 225th birthday of the US Constitution. On September 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met in Philadelphia for the last time to sign the document they had created. Delaware was the first state to sign the document. We hope everyone remembers the blessings of freedom our Founding Fathers secured for us and that we cannot take those freedoms for granted. Many have died to secure the freedoms spelled out in the Constitution. No update yesterday because when we arrived at Grand Terrace Village RV Park in...

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Aug 20, 2011 - California and on to Arizona

Our main reason for going to California was to see my brother Harry. Harry lives in Tustin just outside of Los Angeles. Because we didn’t want to drive the motor home on the Freeways we decided to stay in Grand Terrace about 40 miles from Tustin. So on Friday the 12th we made our trip into Tustin, to get to Tustin you have to drive one of the smaller “freeways”, five and sometimes six lanes of traffic in each direction, everyone driving at least 75 miles per hour and switching lanes like they are practicing for a demolition derby. It was...

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