Thursday, January 28, 2010
Oh, to hit the road!
I've also found more to keep me entranced for hours on the Internet.
The group is the "roadschoolers"- those that have chosen to hit the road and see the country- or even other countries. They homeschool on the road.
If you have ever read my blog- (ok ANOTHER blog) you know that I have always regretted not having a "camp" for my kids.
I am really a homebody, but I think I could see myself traveling for a month or so, then see how I feel about it. Ron wants to get an RV and travel someday, I want a houseboat ( and I mean HOUSE)! I think Ron's enthusiasm has waned since his brother recently sold his RV. He had sold his home several years ago, wanting to travel in his retirement.
I think they found it was too expensive with gas prices and such, and getting older they need to see doctors more often.
I traveled across country back in 1991 when I moved to Oregon from New York as a new bride. I saw a lot and got tons of pics, but didn't know what was what when they were developed (remember the day?) And of course, half the trip was made driving in the dark. When my dear hubby decided he no longer wanted to be married, I traveled back to New York on a train. I traveled with a 14 month old and a 12 yr old.
Both driving to Oregon and taking the train back were such awesome experiences. I wish I could share that with the Princess.
Hmmmm....maybe this summer. ...