Last year, 2016, I shared with you that I prefer to stay home. But other folks’ travels fascinate me. While I am venturing to the grocery store, the garden center, or the gas station, my friends are traveling far and wide. One of my favorite travel stories from 2016 was my interview with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Haul.
They traveled through the Land that I Love, through the prairies, orange barrels, and mountains until they reached the ocean white with foam.
Bring on the Conestoga wagon and pioneers! Turns out, they loved their expedition, which you can read about, below.
To get you in the mood, you may want to croon or hum See the USA in your Chevrolet. Here is one especially creative verse:
On a highway or a road along a levee
Performance is sweeter, nothing can beat her
Life is completer in a Chevy
Where on the map have Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Haul been in 2017, you ask? So far, no big road trips in 2017…yet. But they continue to rack up the frequent driving miles. They travel several times a month. They hit the highways to see their kids and other relatives. They’ve also visited friends in New York City and Washington, D.C . They have flown as far as San Francisco.
Doesn’t it look like they are having a wonderful time?
I have shared with my readers that I love staying home. But it turns out that many retirees love to travel. If you have met my friends The Loopers then you know that they are seeing America by boat. I found another couple that recently (2016) traveled across America by
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