Our trek home after the peaceful stop on the Columbia River has been uneventful. We managed two nights at the ultimate campground – Farragut State Park by Coeur d'alene, Idaho. As you know this is where we like to make our last or first stop if possible. It’s a very tranquil place, and allows us to take the time needed before entering “life” again.
On this stop we seemed to shop more than usual, which is typically a great indication that we are ready to go home! Don was as always very accommodating in Driving Miss Donna.
We ended our trip with a overnighter at the Phillips RV park – also known as our friend Ivan’s yard. His Canadian home is a beautiful property on the James River. Always great to share a beer or two with!
We are not sure what is waiting for us when we return, although it appears Don may be going back to work sooner and harder than we expected. All those summer contracts are gearing up.
Enjoy October – as usual my blogging will slow down through the winter. Although we will still be enjoying life to the max.
Thanks for coming on this trip with us.