We are suckers for roadside attractions. The Biggest Bottle of Ketchup, Meteor Crater.... The World's Biggest Biscuit.... we will go see just about anything. So the sign for Pivot Rock was like a red flag to a bull. I couldn't not go. I ended up following the road for what seemed like more than the 2 1/2 miles and came upon the gift shop and ticket 'booth' just about the time I was ready to turn around. I was the only one there who wasn't an employee. It was a weekday but still kind of creepy. The walk to the rock turned out to be a pretty one down a winding path and there were dogwoods in bloom and a rushing creek. Now I can say I've been. I have more pictures but haven't figured out how to put them in the blog the way I want to . The Big Biscuit will have to wait. Tomorrow morning we will begin the final leg of the trip to Maryland. Four days of one night stops after 300+ miles each day. We don't know for sure if we will have internet until we get the power plug in and the computer turned on.
When we first started out on the road, we kept kind of a diary of where we went and what we saw. We thought it might be fun to take our diary to the next level. We hope our family and friends will enjoy it and it will help them to keep track of where the heck we are!
We are retired and lived in our motorhome from 2005-2012. Dave is retired from the Federal Government and I am just retired.
Dave rides his Harley and I knit,spin and dye fiber. We have two great kids, one on either side of the country. Our daughter is on the West Coast, and our son and his wife are on the east coast. We try to divide our time between the two but probably fail.