The Stories We Could Tell

Lessons from the Road: Part II

On May 7th, we shoved off from our campground in San Diego making this our two month road-iversary. Here are some more of the “Lessons we have Learned from the Road:”

*Every town has two staples: Chilis and Walgreens
*It only rains when you wash your car
*Always eat at the bar when you are in a new town. You are sure to meet some interesting folks, and the bartender can give you some inside info on where the locals go.
*Bank of America should be renamed “Bank of a few select states of America.” Good luck trying to make a B of A deposit in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana…. they don’t have branches in any of those states. Guess they don’t want our money!
*Free WiFi at an RV Park is a bit misleading… sure it’s free, but good luck if it works.
*Share an entree for lunch/dinner. It helps you save money, cuts calories, and doesn’t leave you feeling disgustingly full!
*We miss you family and friends!

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July 7, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized

2 Comments »

  1. We always loved the local bars or brewpubs for getting info. No better place and people in bars tend to be very friendly! Some are very interesting!

    Comment by Jamey | July 8, 2010 | Reply

  2. We love your blog. We could add a few more, but our lessons were from 25 years ago. We visited many of the places that you currently are seeing.
    How about:
    Pay showers in campgrounds are always too short.
    Storms typically hover over you for days on end.
    And, yes, local bars are the information centers for our country:)

    Looking forward to reading your future posts!

    Comment by icantdrive55 | July 11, 2010 | Reply


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