We left Raleigh Wednesday, March 12th and drove across North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and we are now in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We are travelling fast to get out to southern California where our "real" trip will begin. We have been through the southwest before and would love to spend more time here, but that will have to wait for another trip west. Bill is writing this from inside the truck camper at an "RV" park. We have internet access and cable tv and right now Debbie is doing yoga to a DVD - so we are really roughing it. Here's a photo of Thursday night's camp at Chickasaw State Park Tennessee. And the top photo is the sunset at Foss State Park in Oklahoma. Tomorrow, we plan to camp near the Homolovi Indian ruins in Arizona and then make it to Lake Havasu the next night. We plan to start our "real" trip in Joshua Tree National Park. We expect to spend at least three or four days hiking and camping.
We will try to update this blog whenever we have access to the internet. Sometimes we find wifi at an interstate rest stop, but the most reliable is to pull into the parking lot of a motel. Anyway, Bill misses everyone at TKD and we look forward to hearing from our friends and family. If you do not have our phone numbers or email address, just post a message to this blog.