David, when you two reach Mobile, AL, wave north as you pass by I-65. That way you will wave at most of my family. :) Wave south as you pass the exits for Fairhope and Daphne, too. That'll get the other half. :D
Hey, collective brain trust; how long does the average rubber membrane roof on a trailer last? Ours is original (2004) so what we want to know is if it needs to be replaced or simply recaulked. If it need replacement, how much has the average been for the rest of you doing this? People local to Kitsap County, WA, where other than Clear Creek RV do you suggest going?
He's bringing a case of wine. ;)
I don't know if we're coming or not. Tom's schedule for May is iffy and I'm costuming a local college opera again and they open May 25th. May is going to be a hectic month.
191 isn't awful, just windy in the sense of be prepared to fight the wind. It's also a curvy road but really pretty.
I always wanted to drive the highway to Hell but alas, they'd changed the name by the time we DID get to take it in 2010. :B
I-70 from Green River to I-15 isn't THAT boring. I've done it twice now and found it beautiful, especially through the San Rafael Swell and through the Wasatch Mountains. I guess if you've already been driving through the color country for months, it looks boring.
Heh, don't get me started about kids today. All I can safely say is that if I had behaved and spoken to my mother the way I see kids today behave and speak, I'd still be bald and picking my own teeth out of the wall (bald from being snatched that way for misbehavior and toothless from being smacked for impertinence). Mom was strict on us and it bordered on child abuse at times but none of us five kids have a criminal record, we all own our own homes and have lived fairly successful lives by all criteria used to measure success. I'd say she did something right.