14 – ON TO OMAHA

We had half the state of Nebraska to traverse before we reached Omaha, and we weren’t really prepared for the windy conditions we encountered across the

13 – ON THE ROAD AGAIN

There was still so much to do and see in Cheyenne that we would have loved to stay another night, but, being on a schedule, with

12 – MORE CHEYENNE

Gayle and I had visited the botanical gardens the afternoon we arrived. We found the layout of the grounds to be very intriguing, but unfortunately 2015

11 – COPING WITH TOGETHERNESS

RV travel is cozy, even under the best of circumstances, and with three people and two pets it’s close to being crowded. After a few days

10 – CHEYENNE

Everyone had recommended that the best way to get an overview of Cheyenne was to take the trolley tour, so our group met at the beautiful

9 – ON THE ROAD TO CHEYENNE

The kids made sure I was awake and aware of The Continental Divide when we crossed it early in the day, since all my life I’ve

8 – INTERSTATE TRAVEL

Somewhat like the Pony Express riders, after the long drive we had crashed the night before, knowing that we had to make a reasonably early start to

7 – ROLLING ALONG

The Alpine group was traveling en route to West Wendover, Nevada. So were we, but driving 500-plus miles instead of the 250 miles the others had

6 – A CLEAN START

The next morning the seven other RVs departed for Winnemucca, Nevada, 260 miles away. Gayle and Steve live near Reno, Nevada, not too far from Grass Valley, and

5 – M0VING DAY

Mother’s Day was moving day. After a delightful family brunch at my granddaughter’s my older daughter and her husband drove me from the San Francisco Bay