This past Tuesday we drove from Longs, SC, 230 miles south to the Camp Lake Jasper RV Resort near Hardeeville, SC, west of Hilton Head... ...Monday we set out again heading mostly west to central Georgia...
In the middle of last year we got a phone call from a marketing company asking us to be part of the new marketing campaign for VanLeigh, the manufactures of our RV.
Around years' end, thoughts often turn to the events of the current year and the prospects for the upcoming one.
We arrived in Dandridge, Tennesee, yesterday after a long 365-mile drive which covered much of the length of the state. We originally built some down-time into our schedule for this stop to allow for rest and recharging. Good thing, because it's certainly needed.
We traveled from Big Timber, Montana, to Greybull, Wyoming, a few days ago. During the drive, we noticed the landscape changing to a dryer more desert-like environment but still with some valleys and irrigated farms or ranches.
Montana has two Boulder Rivers. One is in the west-central part of the state and runs into the Jefferson River near the town of Cardwell. The other Boulder River is a tributary of the Yellowstone and originates high in the Absaroka Mountains south of Big Timber MT.