Monday, January 10, 2011

A Look Back Down the Road 2010

We were lucky to be able to take some time during the year to do several trips.  Not all of them are represented here, just some of the longer ones.  And there's no way I could include all of the best photos I took here in this collage.  We weren't able to take as many motorcycle short day trips this past summer.  It was just too darn hot most weekends.

Starting in the upper left corner.  Indianapolis, IN,   Oak Park, IL, Oklahoma City, OK, Kentucky Lake, Hog Fest, Natchez, MS and the Natchez Trace Parkway, Michigan Quilt Barn, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lake Shore, Pictured Rocks Upper Michigan, new RV on our trip home from Maine, Booth Bay Harbor, ME, fresh Maine lobster, LL Bean flagship store, J & D on the Harley in NC, Dry Falls near Highland, NC. Bourbon St, New Orleans, LA, More NOLA, Laura Creole Plantation, Oak Alley Plantation, Hwy 66 Round Barn, Christmas lights in OKC.   

I never did get around to blogging about our last trip which circled down to New Orleans, LA where stayed at the Ponchartrain Landing RV Park and did touristy things in the city for a few days.  We also took a very interesting tour of the Laura Creole Plantation before we headed back up through Arkansas for a quick overnight visit with relatives.  Next stop was by sister's home near Oklahoma City for a wonderful family Thanksgiving dinner.  Our son and his family were able to join us there and we enjoyed seeing those little grandsons and a visit to the OKC zoo. 

We're not sure where the next road trip will take us but we are looking forward to more adventures this year!  Stay tuned!


Thimbleanna said...

It looks like you went to some wonderful places this year. You guys travel in style -- I'd love to do that -- too fun!

Lori said...

Isn't it fun to look back on all you did and saw last year? What an adventure for you!

Osage Bluff Quilter said...

I love your collage. I haven't figured out quite how to do those yet.
We've seen a couple of the same palces. The round brn on Rt 66and the trail through the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Did you see the Soda Pop place on Rt 66 in Oklahoma?
Keep warm, it's 9 degrees here with about 6 inches of snow.

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Wow you were busy!!!!! I wanna see that round bridge!!!