So day 2 began with an amazing discussion of the state of our country between a conservative and a progressive who have loved and respected each other since high school. Plus, a homemade veggie quiche! Delish! Then off to Arkansas we went.
Edit: My apologies for my crooked glasses and my ashy lips….lol!
The Econolodge was an adventure with no face masks in site. 🤦🏾♀️ More about the hotel in the video below.
My sister decided to add stevia to her pasta since we had no cheese. Who does that? Eeeeewwww!! And it’s late and I can’t sleep.
So we have been there. There you ask? Across the country. The U.S.A. via the 10 and the 40…notice how I said that. In my youth, that would have been I-10 or I-40. It’s a west coast thing. Being a child of the south, I have my own way of saying and doing things. Some are considered quite charming by my significant other (That’s me! Leigh) and some…Not so much (OMG!). Anyhow, it was interesting to go to places across this great nation of ours and see how others do it.
From the freewheeling, upwardly mobile west coast to the heartland welcoming midwest, all the way to the bible belt, the grind it out south, and east coast! All very different. All special in their own way and we enjoyed them all.
We will be stationary (Still in our RV) for the next six months or so but don’t get that confused (I would say, don’t get it twisted! But I’m cool like that !!!)with us hanging up our traveling shoes. I have the great opportunity to finish what I started with the women’s tackle football team that I helped establish and coach, the Carolina Phoenix! I am super excited to be back in the saddle as the head coach and look forward to making an impact and win another world title along the way.
Have no fear Nubian Nomads followers, Leigh and I will still travel around within my home state of North Carolina and other points of interest on the east coast. We will still bring you content from our journeys as we settle in for these few months of the season. Then we will be back to our adventures traveling across the U.S in Stevie J, our wonderful Class A mobile home!
Stevie J at Springhill RV Park in Chapel Hill, NC
Tim in Gallop, New Mexico
The beauty of Springhill RV Park
Great friends in El Paso, TX. See ya’ll in Virginia!
We are currently posted up in Chapel Hill, NC (Home of my beloved Tar Heels – Free Tix are much appreciated!!) at a beautiful campsite called SpringHill RV. It is our NC oasis. Tucked into the woods with huge lots. There is plenty of room to spread out and just be. (Visitors are welcome! Just call First! Oh and only two at a time…lol) As with the vast majority of RV parks, the neighbors are awesome. We are extremely happy with our journeys thus far and look forward to many more days of fun and adventure!