I'm referring to the blog that inspired me to travel full-time in an RV with the hopes of eventually driving to Alaska. Of course, that never happened, but I decided I want to re-read Fred & Jo Wishnie's blog,
Their blog is written in a different format than is Blogger, but it's easy enough to maneuver. I selected a place to begin shortly before they crossed the border from Canada into Alaska. They covered much more of Alaska than my 10 days in the state, and of course they were younger then and had more energy to get around, so their blog is the most informative and interesting when it comes to Alaska as far as I'm concerned. I look forward to some good reading, and hope that some of you will enjoy it as well. It can't easily be read in one "go", so I will bookmark my stopping places along the way.
In just the first few posts of the Wishnie's trip to Alaska they ran into road work, delays, etc., mostly because the extreme winters cause upheaval to the roadways and pavement. These delays are a certainty and happen through Canada to Alaska, from what I saw in the several Alaskan blogs I read. That was one reason (among many) that I realized I had no business hauling a 34' 5th wheel on that long arduous trip, alone.
I got an email from Jeannie asking if I would like to go to the gym this evening, and the answer is a resounding YES! I have been pretty faithful about walking at least 6 days a week, but it's been well over a month since I've worked out. I need to get back to it and welcome the chance to go tonight.
I'm debating a trip to Costco, but since I will go to the gym late this afternoon I think I will postpone the Costco trip until tomorrow. I'm out of beer, but that's no biggie and I will do without it until then. I have some bottles of IPA on hand for when Steve or Joe visit, but I can't stand that stuff and would rather drink water!