Our pet flamingos love our beautiful campsite here at Shawme Crowell State Forest in Sandwich, MA.
As many of you know, our life on the road has been largely unscripted. We tend to get an idea, do some research, talk to other full-timers, try something new, evaluate it, determine what we have learned and what we might want to do with the information, and then move on.
T2 in the park-like setting of our daughter’s family home in West Keene. A nice short walk up for a glass of wine at the end of the day.
On June 10, our gypsy pilgrimage landed us in New England where we will be spending six weeks traveling around. The weather had turned sunny and clear when we first arrived in Connecticut, visiting my sister and her husband in Glastonbury in a visit that was all too-brief and incredibly precious. Then we migrated north to New Hampshire and parked/camped in the lovely, park-like lower back yard of our daughter and her family in Keene and later spent a long weekend with friends in Swanzey.