On our way to Durango we stopped and visited our good friends and cruising buddies Mike and Angie in their cabin near Hartsel, CO. We haven’t seen them in a couple of years so it was great to catch up. They followed us into Salida where we enjoyed lunch by the river. Continue reading “Road Trip West – Part 2”
We left early for the Tube and express train trip to Heathrow airport. The flight to Split, Croatia was about 2 hours. Upon arrival, we caught the Sunsail bus to their charter base in Agana, about 1/2 hour north of Split.
Sunsail has everyone departing on the same day so it was pretty crowded with people anxious to get on their boats and leave. Because we had a skipper, we didn’t have to go through the normal checkout routines on the boat. Continue reading “Sailing in Croatia – Part 1”
Our trip to Denver was supposed to be a non-event. We even left a little later to arrive when Jen was home. It’s a beautiful ride on I70 from Grand Junction through Glenwood Canyon where the Colorado river flows right next to the highway.
Just 1 1/2 hrs. from Denver we came to a dead stop. Nothing was moving. We went about 5 miles in 1 hour. After all the discussions about pros and cons traveling in a motor home I now realize the ultimate benefit of having a bathroom handy when you need one! Continue reading “Denver, a few boring stops, Georgia and home!”