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Jun 26, 2016 - Seattle Wedding Trip: Sunday Postcard 1

June 26, 2016 Road Trip Journal: Postcard 1 Postcard Preface: Melissa had surgery for a bone spur on her Achilles Heel. I went to Texas June 15-22 to help her out after surgery. She was so sick and surgery was more difficult than anticipated. I wish I could have stayed longer, but this trip had been planned a few months ago. I arrived back in CA late on the 22nd and had three days to prep for a two and a half week trip from Fullerton to Seattle. June 25 - Steve and I worked the past two days packing the trailer to prep everything we needed...

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Jun 15, 2009 - Long drive to Fullerton, CA

Elaine left for work before we were rousted but the rest of the Legans saw us off. By the time we gassed up and pointed west it was 9 o'clockish. We scored a handful more states in the license plate game and now only miss some of those small, pesky New England states. We were delayed by and saw the carnage of a terrible wreck which consisted of the mangled remains of a car and an upside down semi-trailer and cab. These types of sightings always cause me to reflect on how blessed and fortunate we have been with safe travels. We stopped for...

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Jul 10, 2008 - Day 16 - Santa Barbara to Fullerton

Breakfast together on the patio of the Inn. Cool and foggy (surprise) and the first "Can we swim today?" was just floated by Erika Sue. Mom used the computer, Dad went for a beach jog, and the girls indeed did hit the pool where I joined them on return. Wished Frank well, checked out, ate lunch with Mutz, Gary, and Oma – We had a nice chat with Oma and left SB at 2:00. Traffic cooperated – Arrived in Fullerton to Uncle Norm and Aunt Jane's at 4:30. Cousin Julie, husband Ron, and daughter Elizabeth joined us and we all enjoyed a delicious...

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Jul 3, 2008 - How Can You Live In A Motorhome????

A few times we have been told, by well meaning friends, that when we come to their town we can stay at their house instead of our motorhome. Many friends and relatives cannot understand how it is possible to live comfortably in a motorhome. Our motorhome has three "rooms." A combined living/dining/kitchen area, a bathroom and a bedroom. We have central air conditioning and heating (we did not have air conditioning in our Fullerton house). The bedroom has a queen size bed, cedar lined closet, built-in drawers, ceiling fan and a flat...

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