The past several months have been different. Normally we would be well into our summer journey by now. We had planned a trip to Canada this year – up to Lake Louise – but COVID-19 put a stop to those plans.
The time hasn’t been wasted though. We’ve opened our own merchandise store with shirts, hats, and accessories for RV and camping enthusiasts. It’s been a fun project.
The link is store.adventuresalongtheway.com or you can visit by using the button below.
Have a look. You may find something you like.
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Five years ago this week we were in Kansas visiting the Wizard of Oz Museum. From there we traveled to Mark Twain’s boyhood home in Hannibal, Missouri, before finally reaching Springfield, Illinois to visit the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum. All were great places to spend some time. Here are a few photos.
It’s fun to look back at our memories. We’re itching to get back on the road to make more. We may be heading out soon. We’ll know more this week.
Until then, we close with the famous words of Mark Twain, “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.”