Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
2011 travels of the two RV Gypsies
The two RV Gypsies traveled from Florida into Canada and back to Florida. Their 11-year old grandson was with them for the first 40 days, then he had to fly home to get ready for school.
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|The two RV Gypsies spent several months in Deerfield Beach, Florida in order to enjoy the birth of their great-grandson, Anthony Brian.|
|1. Photos taken in Broward County Florida from Halloween 2010 through April 2011|
|2. The two RV Gypsies began their 6-month RV trip with a few days at Fisheating Creek Outpost in Palmdale, Florida by canoeing with the alligators. Some family members joined them for easy fun hiking and easy paddling of canoes. Note: The Love Bugs were out in mass.|
|3. Then the two RV Gypsies went to the west coast of Florida - Fort Myers, Florida to visit their sister-in-law, Marji, and to get some minor maintenance work done on their RV. Then they went to Venice, Englewood, and Sarasota to check out the Myakka River and visit friends. Lots of Alligators. Plus a woodpecker pecks on the window of the two RV Gypsies' motorhome, and more....|
|The two RV Gypsies returned to Broward County for about three weeks due to more unexpected circumstances. They resumed their travel right after Father's Day. Their 11-year old grandson joined them in this RV travel adventure. - no photos during this time.|
|4. The two RV Gypsies (plus 1) visited Dinosaur World in Plant City, Florida. A very hot and HUMID day.|
|5. The two RV Gypsies (plus 1) went to White Springs Florida and took an easy canoe ride down the Suwannee River. (No, we did not sing the song as we canoed.) A very hot and HUMID day - 100 degrees and humid as can be. Really unbearable.|
|6. The two RV Gypsies (plus 1) went to Stone Mountain, Georgia and explored Stone Mountain Park and Six Flags Over Georgia. Hot and humid but had fun anyway. Alex mastered the Sky Hike, Karen did not.|
|7. The two RV Gypsies (plus 1) went to Chattanooga, Tennessee. They enjoyed Dragon Dreams Museum, the Incline Railway Point Park, Rock City, Ruby Falls and MORE. Actually, Karen and Lee and their two children lived in this area for two years in 1978 & 1979 so the trip brought back fond memories.|
|8. The two RV Gypsies (plus 1) went to Lake City, Tennessee and visited Norris Dam.|
|9. The two RV Gypsies (plus 1) went to Corbin, Kentucky and hiked at Cumberland Falls, rafted UNDER Cumberland Falls, hiked at Yahoo Falls and went to the Natural Arch of Kentucky.|
|10. The two RV Gypsies (plus 1) went to Wapakoneta, Ohio for one night only.|
|11. The two RV Gypsies (plus one) checked out Lake Erie, Marblehead Lighthouse, Kelleys Island and Put-in-Bay and more.|
|12. The two RV Gypsies (plus one) went to Sandusky Ohio - at Cedar Point Amusement Park, and the Soak Zone Waterpark - Cedar Point has some of the fastest thrill rides in the world. photos and videos are posted. Karen and Alex really enjoyed the rides. Lee got to photograph them and eat and relax. Due to his surgery not long ago, he can not ride rollercoasters at this time.|
|13.The two RV Gypsies (plus one) went to Geneva, Ohio and drove a 100 mile driving tour to photograph covered bridges, including the shortest and the longest covered bridge in the USA. This much driving made Lee quite tired.|
|14.The two RV Gypsies (plus one) went to the Chatauqua Lake area at Dewittville, New York and explored Panama Rocks, which was easy hiking.|
|15. The two RV Gypsies (plus one) went to Niagara Falls for a week, then their grandson flew home alone to Fort Lauderdale. Photos are posted: Maid of the Mist, Whirlpool Jetboat video and photos, Cave of the Winds, Daredevil museum, Erie Canal Locks, Lockport Cave, Fort Niagara, and Three Sisters Islands and more at Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls was great.|
|16. Niagara Falls - Ontario - Skylon Tower, Journey Behind the Falls - Then their grandson flew home and the two RV Gypsies continued their journey.|
|17. The two RV Gypsies went to Verona, New York. Nothing exciting here except a Casino, but the two RV Gypsies do not gamble. The Villages of The Turning Point RV Park is very nice.|
|18. The two RV Gypsies went to Massachusetts, did a short, easy hike, and then went to Six Flags New England. It was really lame after being at Cedar Point.|
|19. The two RV Gypsies went to Jamestown, Rhode Island|
|20. The two RV Gypsies went to Gloucester, Massachusetts and met up with their RV friend Cam Chapman - what fun! All three of them went on a whale watching tour and they saw lots of whales and got some fabulous photos. They also took a side trip to Salem, Massachusetts - City of the Witches. Plus a River boat cruise in Essex.|
21. The two RV Gypsies drove to Maine. The RV went in for some basic maintenance - oil change and such - nothing major (They wanted it done before going into Canada). Photos have been posted entering Maine.
|22. The two RV Gypsies went to Acadia National Park. Several pages of photos and videos have been posted - including Thunder Hole, Cadillac Mountain, Bubble Rock, Fort Knox, Penobscot Narrows Bridge, Blue Hill, and more from nearby cities.|
|23. The two RV Gypsies went to Lubec, Maine, the easternmost part of the continental USA.|
24. The two RV Gypsies went to Canada and the the following places in New Brunswick: St. John, Campobello Island, St. Martins and Hopewell Rock. The two RV Gypsies also went to Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. They came across some beautiful scenery. Choose #24 on the map above for photos and history of the areas.
|25. The two RV Gypsies went to Connecticut to visit family and friends|
|26. The two RV Gypsies went to New Milford, Pennsylvania to visit Karen's cousins|
|27. The two RV Gypsies drove their RV on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. drove through several tunnels, and enjoyed the fall colors.|
|28. The two RV Gypsies went to Wheeling, West Virginia and took a Segway tour - They also went to Chester, West Virginia to see the World's Largest Teacup.|
|29. The two RV Gypsies went to Holderby's Landing - Huntington Riverfront Marina in Huntington, West Virginia. They also saw a green giraffe and a pink elephant. LOL!|
|30. The two RV Gypsies walked across the New River Gorge in Lansing, West Virginia on the under structure of the World Famous New River Gorge Arch Bridge and across the canyon on a 24-inch-wide catwalk, 851 feet above the river. Photos and a video are posted.|
|31. The two RV Gypsies went to Frankfort, Kentucky and Louisville, Kentucky. They took the sky lift 600 feet up to the Natural Bridge and hiked to Overlook Point and the Balanced Rock. They also went to Daniel Boone's grave site, Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Josephine Sculpture Park, learned some new history of the U.S. Marine Corp., drove from Frankfort to the Red River Gorge Zipline in the Daniel Boone National Forest, and met another car head-on in a one-way tunnel. Photos and a video are posted.|
|The two RV Gypsies then returned to Broward County, Florida for several months. Karen went on a Halloween line-dance cruise with her line-dance friends and Lee relaxed with family. Lee really looks forward to the relaxation at "home" for several months. This trip was not as strenuous as previous trips, but was fun. Hikes were shorter and easier and took us longer, but just as exciting. Broward County photos are posted on the 2012 map and can be reached from the link below.|
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