We’re back. Again. Due to a complete revision of our spring travel plans, Alan and I ended up at Northampton Beach Campground in Mayfield, New York, almost immediately after we arrived home from our recent round trip to the Florida Keys. We did cancel the first week of our stay at Northampton Beach, because we simply didn’t arrive home in time from the Keys. As disappointed as we were to miss that first week, we were thrilled to have been able to continue what has become an annual tradition for our family.
June 25, 2019
June 10, 2019
We’re back. Alan and I just spent a little more than 3 weeks on the road beginning in mid-May, the result of a MAJOR revision to our travel plans early in the year. You can find the full story on why the vacation we took was not the one we originally intended to take in a post from February entitled, “Our Spring Travel Plans Went Right Out the Window” (link HERE). But let me just say here and now that, although it was an extremely busy vacation, it was also an extremely fun-filled one, too.
Because we both came back to a really long "To Do" list, we’re scrambling to catch up on both business business and personal business. It took me a full day just to wade through the piles of laundry and sort and prioritize the mail. I have no medical background, but I do understand the concept of triage, and I can assure you that there was plenty of that this past week. Since we’re still playing catch up, I only have time for a quick post. So, I’d like to simply share with you some random thoughts on a vacation that felt kind of like a variety show, along the lines of the old Ed Sullivan Show. For those of you who are too young to remember the show: It appeared on TV every Sunday night from 1948 to 1971 and was hosted by (guess who!) Ed Sullivan. The various acts that appeared included singers, dancers, comedians, acrobats and circus acts – if it was a legal form of entertainment that could be fit into a ten minute time slot, it probably appeared on the Ed Sullivan Show. And I’m so sorry you missed it – it was a classic. But, I digress. As I was saying about this vacation, it really did feel like a variety show because we enjoyed such a, well, variety of people and activities. I’ll be returning with future posts that contain more details but, for now, I’d like to share some random thoughts and observations on our most recent adventure . . .
Posted by MARY at 2:06 PM
June 03, 2019
Anyone who enjoys the RVing lifestyle knows that RVers are some of the friendliest people around. They thrive on sharing travel stories and are quick to offer a good tip or even some hands-on assistance when needed. That's why I love poking around on forums designed specifically for the RV and camping lifestyles.