1st week home….

Seeing family ang going to events.

Welcome home selfie
Next day happy hour
Morning coffee outside

Monday night baseball with my youngest grandson, Sebastiรกn

Catcher …

Dylan’s High school graduation June 8th 2022

Delta Dental Stadium.. Manchester NH
Getting ready for graduation
Pre graduation
Graduate and Mom
Adam… waiting for the start
National Anthem

It was a incredible, they graduated 240 students in 1hour 15 minutes including all the speakers. Very well put together.

Congratulations Dylan!!!๐Ÿฅณ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽŠ

Kentucky to West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York and New Hampshire…. HOME ๐Ÿก

We have been traveling now for about 6-7 days and doing 300 to 350 miles a day. I’m getting tired and I’m the rider, David must be really tired doing all the driving. The scenery is looking familiar, greener and more like home. Miscellaneous pictures along the way.

Even Bert, Cookie Monster and Elmo travel!!
Mom and me

Finally made it home โค๏ธ

Sunday part 2 Churchill Downs ๐Ÿ‡

After going to Louisville Slugger David said he wanted to see one more place…. Churchill Downs! It definitely bigger than I imagined. We took a tour and got to see a race. WOW!!! What a great day ๐Ÿ‡โšพ๏ธ

Bourbon everywhere ๐Ÿฅƒ
Around the buildings Horse
Horse gate
In front of the museum
One of the jockeys
Jockies on the way to the track
A race

Tomorrow we will be continuing our way to New Hampshire.

Sunday, Louisville Slugger โšพ๏ธ

Inside the museum
Starting the tour
Pro’s bats
Hand dipping the bats
American league quilt
National league quilt
Hank Aaron
Hank Aaron home run throne
David Ortiz bat
Xander Bogaerts bat
Just a interesting building

After Louisville Slugger museum and factory it’s off to Churchill Downs!

Saturday Jim Beam tour๐Ÿท

We wanted to go to Jim Beam, I checked out the website. I found out I needed reservations so I suggested we go anyway and maybe someone canceled or they save some for the general public. There was 1 space at 1pm so I mentioned this and the ticket man said he will fit us in. Yeah!!

One of the original buildings on the property
Black buildings hold all the barrels of bourbon
Tour and store
Tour bus
Statute of the founder Jacob Beam
Another statute
Inside the store
Different flavors
Our tour guide
Replica of Jacob beam’s car
Grain for mash
Mash vats
Low wine – high wine stages of Distillery
Barrels being scored
Flight of bourbon
End of tour… an old Fashion

Coming back we stopped at a Mexican restaurant, late lunch/ early dinner. Yummy either way!

Salute โค๏ธ

Missouri to Louisville, Kentucky

Milling factory
Missouri River
Illinois through the rain
I like old buildings, this one is vacant
Yeah!! Trucking on….
A lot of bridges
Coming into Louisville Kentucky
Such a different shape building

We finally got to the campground around 5pm and 413 miles later. We were pretty tired to say the least. Early night….oh no our living room slide won’t go out…grrr. Hard to find someone who can fix it on Memorial weekend. So we are living in a really small house till we get home where we will have it fix.

Kansas to Missouri

Continued on I 70

Today we did about 300 miles. We settled in a campground in Columbia Missouri. Cottonwood rv park cute small, and staff very friendly. Didn’t get alot of pictures, the weather didn’t cooperate, it rained about 3/4 th of the trip. Oh well ๐ŸŒง

Lot of pasture land
Beautiful farms
I think every town has a water tower
Missouri River

Another night closer to New Hampshire and a 3 day weekend in Kentucky. Headed to Louisville, I’m excited to go to the bat museum and factory.

Leaving Colorado and headed to Kansas

Today was our longest drive so far, 343 miles. I am so tired and really need a few days for down time. Unfortunately I forgot this weekend Memorial weekend and I’m aging a hard time finding a place to stay. Grrrr! Tomorrow is a 299 mile trek and we do have reservations. Phew ๐Ÿ˜Š

Scenery… farms!
Yeah… Kansas!
Make a wish ๐Ÿ’•
Clouds looking like rain
Raining on the way ๐Ÿ˜ช

The last hour of the long, long 434 mile drive it rained. I didn’t take many pictures today cause I spent most of the ride looking for a place to stay in or near Louisville, Kentucky. ๐Ÿ˜ญ no luck…

Tonight we are staying at the Salina KOA and have changed the zone time…central time. It is raining and sound awesome on the roof…. zzzz.


Continuing to go through Colorado, today was a short mileage day, 265 miles but still timely due to the mountains. Silt going to Limon, KOA and continuing to follow I 70.

As a RVers you try to avoid tunnels so it seems funny when you have to go through one.
Last time I was in Vail, Colorado was 40 years ago
Ski area
Vail village
Snow dusting
Wow !!
Eisenhower tunnel

We finally stopped at the Limon KOA and had a welcome committee ๐Ÿ˜Šโค๏ธ

Utah … Colorado

1st time on rte 70, a beautiful scenic ride.

Following I 70
On the Utah highway
So beautiful
Feeling small
The terrain changed
Colorado River

We end about 4:00 pm at the Glenwood springs KOA in Silt, Colorado. We did about 290 miles and as usual early bedtime ๐Ÿ˜Š