After dealing with some business details and getting my corporate taxes sent in, I hit the road at around noon today and drove all the way to Atlanta. I have one day of driving left before I arrive in Stuart, FL, which is where the motorcoach is located.
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Is your motorcoach shiny?
One the one hand, I am sorry to see you leave Colorado as I live here myself. On the other hand I have major envy going on. I would love to do that…drive around the country in a motorhome! So, I have bookmarked your blog and will have to settle for vicarious living.
Usually, I tell folks how I came about finding their blog. I think I purchased and downloaded Photoshop and because I googled it, your weblog url was listed below the one I purchased Photoshop from and viola! Here I am.
So, after you pick up your new home…(BTW, do you have a name for it?) what is your first stop? (Gosh, I hope you haven’t posted that already and I am too blind to see it.)
As Pam said, “vicarious living”. 🙂 I’ve been following your journey and reliving last summer’s trek across country visiting several National Parks. Do you have any NP’s on your list that you are planning on visiting?
Glad to hear you’re going to be in Florida (probably there already). Congratulations and good luck with your new “roving life.” Can’t wait to see you pull up to the Photoshop World hotel!
See ya in Miami!
My first stop will be Miami for PhotoshopWorld.
I should be heading to the National Parks of the West sometime around July and want to explore quite a bit a Utah this year.
Barbara… sounds like I’ll be parked at the convention center instead of the hotel.
In Utah I’ve visited Zion, Arches, and Bryce (as well as a few interesting State Parks). It’s truly beautiful land!
So, when are we likely to see you for Guinness out west?
If you’re going to be in Las Vegas for PSWorld, then we can have a Guinness, otherwise you’ll have to wait until next year since I plan to go to California next and don’t currently have plans to make it to your neck of the woods until after winter passes (although my after California plans aren’t solid… if you convince me that Portland, etc. is OK in winter then I’d think about it… but isn’t that when it rains 36 hours a day?).
It’s polished stainless steel on the outside and it can blind you when the sun hits it. So, yes… it’s shiny.