Category Archives: RV Travel

Cozad and North Platte Nebraska

Crossing Nebraska on the interstate we found a lovely city park and campground in Cozad. It was near enough to the Union Pacific main line to see up to 100 trains per day.  Cozad was also historically significant as it … Continue reading

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Bent’s Old Fort, Colorado

From 1833 to 1849 Bent’s Old Fort was a trading post on the frontier between the United States and Mexico.  It was the only major settlement on the Sante Fe trail.  Trappers, buffalo hunters, Indians, Spaniards, freighters, soldiers and settlers … Continue reading

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Council Bluffs Iowa and Omaha Nebraska

Our journey across the plains took us the length of Iowa.  Endless farmfields of newly planted or awaiting corn.  The area had recently had a tremendous amount of rain and rivers and creeks were full, many farms still muddy.  The … Continue reading

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Port Huron Michigan

Port Huron Michigan sits at the Southern end of Lake Huron where the St. Clair River begins.  The Blue Water Bridge connects the city to Sarnia Ontario Canada.  We happened to stay here a few days to visit Randy’s aging … Continue reading

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New York

Unlike Robert E. Lee’s campaign, our journey continued North into New York.  Our goal was to see our friends, Patrick and Lynn in the western part of the state. On the way, we found ourselves in Corning – yes, that … Continue reading

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more Pennsylvania

Addendum to our Pennsylvania blog… Found more memorable images from our time in PA.

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Pennsylvania, Gettysburg and Hershey

Following Robert E. Lee’s route, we traveled North to Gettysburg PA.  This may be the most significant National Military Park in the US.  The battle there July 1-3, 1863 was seen as the turning point of the Civil War.  The … Continue reading

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