June 07, 2011


Tia Oshields

Mm, yeah, those watery places look very nice. It's a serene sight, and a great place to camp in for a night or two. The pics look wonderful!

Mr. RV Cover

Traveling across country is great fun, especially if you can travel by an Rv. I enjoyed looking through your travels and pics. Keep traveling and enjoy not being on a clock. My front tag on my truck says," Retired with nothing to do and all day to do it."


You're boogieing right along, Sallie! I guess JV parks have wifi these days...?


I hope you get well away before the forecast extreme heat wave.


Great mosaic of lovely spots by the water.

Lady Fi

How lovely and serene!


I hear ya on the bein' hot part. But your nature is more beautiful :D


Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Arkansas, one state a day ! you are courageous !


Great shots!!


I see you are making progress with your trip! Love to be near water, its part of human nature to feel connected to it. Im sorry about the comment BUG hope its fixed soon!

Joe Todd

Enjoyed your photos. Years ago camped at Oscar Sherer State Park.

Gemma @ Greyscale

These are lovely, refreshing scenes on your journey.

Leckeres für Mensch und Katze

These are nice photos. Have a good trip! Thanks for leaving this lovely comment and I´m waiting for you to be back. :) Next tuesday´s topic is *All in lilac*
LG Tina :)


Water soothes the senses whether in it or looking at it.
I wish you safe travels on your trip West.
Happy Trails! :)


Hi Sallie, Sorry to tell you its hot here in Denver, too. We're getting some haze from the AZ fires. Glad your trip is going well.

J Bar

Good shots. :)


How wonderful to be able to sleep by the water every night.


Water is soothing and restful - great idea to use that proximity to chose your spot for the evening. You have an interesting variety of watery venues, too.

Kay Davies

Stopping to sleep near water—the very best idea. My parents travelled by road for many years, and Mother always liked to camp near water, preferably running water but, if none was available, any water would do to lull her to sleep.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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