The Road to home…is where it sits…

Home is kind of a misnomer. Our home is wherever we park it, this trip is a solo run from Oklahoma City Oklahoma to Minot North Dakota and return to Oak city. The route up was, on one hand terrific, seeing areas where I had yet to travel, but I traveled on too many roads that were under construction. One way traffic really became a drag. The weather was great (on the trip north) and I saw flocks of turkeys, and lots of deer, some alive, but mostly already hit by cars. The trouble with driving to Minot from Arizona or as I found out from Oklahoma is that there is really ‘no good way to get there from here.’ I always seemed to be going east or west to connect to a road going north. As a result of my many road issues going, I decided to try another way home. Both routes took about the same amount of time, but I encountered only one, one way road. Driving south back home was crazy weather conditions. Heavy rain, strong winds (fortunately it was a tail wind) with a large amount of truck traffic putting up huge rooster tails of water. Even the small little ponds, and there were many, had white caps. Overall, it was a great trip, I would not want to have missed it. Thanks for all your prayers for our team, the rest of the guys made it safely home to Arizona yesterday. “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” Winston Churchill  

Published by normdave

We live and travel full time in our fifth wheel or cargo trailer. We work for the Lord Jesus Christ in Disaster Relief Ministry. When not doing any of the above we try to have as much fun as we can. Possible items you might find here, in no particular order, dirt bikes, quads, hiking, camping, desert living, building projects, stained glass projects, our family, Bible study, RVing stuff, nutrition comments, and just about anything else we can think of....

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