After almost four months on the road, we are deciding to shift our mode of living.
So we have been traveling through the South.
Stop number two in the Mid Atlantic region was Washington D.C., our nation's capital.
We used to live in the city; returning there is always special. Returning with an RV and two small children is extra special.
Our gamble to hang-out in New England into October has paid off.
Our travels have taken us to Watertown, Lake Ontario, Sackets Harbor, and Vermont, where a stiff rain caused Bernadette to take on some water weight.
After over a month of cross-country travel, we finally arrived at the only pre-established way-point of our journey: Poughkeepsie, New York.
We spent several days in and around Pittsburgh to see friends and get a view of this revitalized rustbelt gem.
Since the last travelog, we left the Badlands of South Dakota, crossed over into Minneapolis to see old friends, shot across Wisconsin, avoided Chicago via the Upper Peninsula, and descended lower Michigan into my homeland, Ohio.