It is hard to believe that we are ending our 17th RV summer trip, there is a saying “when you are doing what you like,time fly's” , OK got it -but so fast...
This year we started from Spokane WA, where we left the rig at the end of 2017 summer trip, and it was a year that our 4th granddaughter turned 12 ,so following our family tradition we took her with us for one month as we did with the grand-kids before her .
Each year we choose 1-2 States and explore it thoroughly, hiking to view points and waterfalls,driving scenic routes,attending culture and musical events and meeting people, this year it was mainly Idaho , it is not only a potato State ..it has beautiful nature,mountains,lakes,waterfalls ,exactly our cup of tea, see previous posts .
As we “covered” over the 17 years Canada and most of the US we decided to explore Texas in 2019, so we looked to end the trip near an International Airport close to North Texas.
In 2014 we where invited by Lonnie & Hazel to visit them in Oklahoma, Lonnie is the most decorated Comanche in the US Air Force and we were very glad to make it happen.
So I contacted Lonnie that was glad to meet us again and store the rig for us during the winter, this way we will see each other again in summer 2019.
We made our way from Idaho to Oklahoma slowly visiting old friends and new ones we made in Colorado and New Mexico enjoying the freedom ,nature and friendship.
In Boulder Colorado we celebrated our Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashana) with family, in New Mexico we meet again with Googie after 12 years , it was amazing.
During our 5 day stay in Oklahoma getting the rig ready for the winter we also managed to attend Kiowa Black Leggings Warrior Society Ceremony, a beautiful,colorful and stronge performance of the tribe.
I got a permission from the Chief to take pictures but no videos.
We are very grateful to our friends that we meet along this long journey they all enriched our lives, some by helping,
some by listening and some by just being there to share time with us.
See Ya all in our 2019 Summer RV trip not before we fly to visit another exotic place during the early 2019 (without the trailer), life is too short and everyday that passes NEVER comes back.