Now this year, we plan to travel up through the Blue Ridge Mountains, over to the Appalachians, and then on to Virginia, maybe up to Washington D.C., and then back down the East Coast, not sure how far, and back across to Texas sometime in the fall.
It has been interesting that a couple of RV Blog “friends” are currently exploring territory that we plan to cover on this trip.
Jamie and hubby George who write RV Home Yet are currently traveling North on the Natchez Trace, which is exactly what we plan to do next month, so we are very interested to read about all the things they discover along the way. . .and then Margery and Paul who write Living Our Dream have been traveling in Southern Louisiana near the Mississippi River, so we have been very interested to hear their take on the flooding in the area.
It’s been so great to have advance scouts for this trip, so I was just wondering, do you ever read up on blog posts when folks are traveling in areas you intend to go? Some of these guys really share a lot of great information on out of the way museums and points of interest, not to mention that Margery and Paul eat at some really great restaurants. . .gotta check those out. . .
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