If you have been reading this newsletter for a while, you already know that I have been traveling a lot. In fact, I left home last January 2nd and have since been living in a motor home most of the time. Occasionally, I leave the motor home locked up in a campground some place and jump on an airplane to fly to more distant destinations for a few days.
In the past five months, I have visited 22 states plus two foreign countries. I also had emergency visits with three dentists, two heart surgeons, and two motor home mechanics. It has been an "interesting" trip!
At 11:30pm last night, I returned home. I plan to remain here for about six weeks. Perhaps things will settle down for a while.
I must say that I have enjoyed the mobile lifestyle of living in a motor home and am already making plans for my next trip, beginning in late July. I have always enjoyed travel, and the motor home has been a method that makes travel both possible and practical. I won't describe travel by motor home as cheap, but it certainly is much more cost effective than hotel rooms and restaurants.
Along the way, I have met a lot of interesting people, many of them genealogists. I don't know what makes genealogists so "special," but they generally have nicer personalities and more social skills than the general public. I must say that I enjoy being in the midst of such delightful company.
If you are one of the people I met this year, thanks for making my travels so pleasant.