We Have a STATEment To Make

We Have a STATEment To Make

One of the things we love to collect are counties of the United States. Because counties are within the states, we are able to count off those states as well. It is very much a win-win for us. So far at this point we have visited 44% of the states (22 out of 50). The states we have visited are Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisanna, Mississippi, Missouri, Montona, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming. Unfortunately, we did not always think of getting us and the state sign. I’m not sure why, but we just did not.  I guess this means we will need to head back to those states and get the state signs.

Most of the photos of the state signs we have visited.

Runaway June stands in front of an Arkansas state sign to document her travels.

Like Runaway June, we love the memories we have concerning our travels.  These photos not only serve as memories of our travels, but they help us to show our friends and family where we are and where we have been.  We do this by putting the photos on this website.  Because the photos on the site, we are able to log on and verify where we have visited and make our travel plans for an upcoming trip, as well as traveling on the spur of the moment.

One of the main reasons we are keeping photos of us with state, state park, and national park signsis because we live in an RV.  When you live in such a small space, you do not have room for the various knick knacks from a state tourism office here, state park there, or a national park everywhere else.  So we decided we could make postcards to send our GrandGeorges and friends, and the website.  It has reminded us what a wonderful life we have had and dream about all the new places we will go.

Everyone has a way and reason they travel.  For us it is pulling over to the side of the road and dashing over to the state sign  and take a photo so we can share our adventures.  It isn’t for everyone, just as collecting counties isn’t for all.  Do you have any travel traditions your family does as you move along the the roads, train tacks, and skies?

Thank you so much for taking the time to join us for this adventure.  If you would like to enjoy more of our travels, please feel free to visit our YouTube channel and see what we are doing.

Waco Mammoth National Monument 2016

Waco Mammoth National Monument 2016

Scott and I visited the Waco Mammoth National Monument in 2016. We absolutely loved visiting this site because of the fossils. Those of you who have been following us for a while know how excited I tend to get when I find fossils. There is something about seeing where places were during pre-history. It has helped me be able to see how real science really is.

We decided to do a video about our trip. If you haven’t already watched it, please feel free to take a few moments and see what a great national monument site this is. Also, go ahead and like the video and subscribe if you haven’t already. Liking the video will help YouTube show others, where we are, and subscribing, will enable you to see when we have a new video posted.

If you want to see a real fossil dig site, this is the place you want to visit. For further information about Waco Mammoth National Monument, please visit https://www.nps.gov/waco/index.htm

Thank you so much for watching our video. We do hope you have enjoyed it.

A very special thank you go out to Raegan King, Director of the Waco Mammoth National Monument; Gena Stuchbery, our amazing guide; Dava Butler, Education Coordinator; and the full staff and volunteers of Waco Mammoth National Monument.

Thank you also goes out to President Obama for making this a National Monument. We appreciate it very, very much.

To see President Obama’s signing the law designating three new national monuments in which the Waco mammoth site was one, go here: https://youtu.be/WIzOG-Rz8PY

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