It was a restless night for Mimi as she wrestled between giving thanks to God for providing a place to park and complaint for the place we were parked.
Bright and early we were up and motoring on out of Ohio and into Pennsylvania where we would hop on to Interstate 90, which would lead us right into New York. We reserved our parking place for the rig at Great Grandma and Grandpa’s earlier in the morning and arrived safe and sound around 1:30pm.
We’d done it. Papa drove and Mimi navigated over 7,000 miles across the country in 21 days and we had a good time doing it. We saw parts of the country we’ve only heard about and we met wonderful people we’d never heard about.
We noticed the leaves were beginning to change the closer we crept to New York. Once we hit Western New York we noticed more color changes. We arrived back to Great Grandpa and Grandma’s house in time for a surprise 60th birthday party for Mimi’s brother, Kevin on Sunday. His children had worked hard to organize and pull off the surprise and we were there to see it and celebrate his 60 years! A fun day, for sure.
One more sleep in the RV and then we made our way down Interstate 90 to Parish. It really felt great to pull into the driveway. Papa and Mimi received a text in the morning from Emery that said, “ I can’t wait to see Mimi and Papa. I am going to see them and hug them and never let go.” She’s so precious.
We made it home and began unloading and cleaning the RV. We will be calling Gander this week to get the water heater fixed… grrr…. 😉 It’s been a great adventure and we feel blessed to have been able to take the journey. Thanks for tagging along. It’s a very true statement that it’s great to travel and it’s nice to roam but honestly, there is really….
no place like home. Thank you, Lord for a safe journey.