Beautiful weekend for a wedding…

We spent the weekend with our family in NY for Damon and Therasa’s wedding. Thank you to Christina for letting us park our RV at her house! Here are some photos that highlight our weekend. Friday we spent… Continue reading

Patriots Training Camp

For those of you who do not know, Jon and I are huge Patriots fans. We were super excited to be in the area while they were holding their training camp. Camp is… Continue reading

A day in the life of Madison…

Hey everybody, for the last week we have stayed Seven Maples Campground in the village of Hancock, New Hampshire. The campground owners were very nice, and because I was in the military they… Continue reading

Welcome to Canada

The three of us made it to Canada! Customs was a piece of cake and Madison got her second passport stamp. We headed up the coast to St. Johns, New Brunswick and stayed… Continue reading

Boondocking

Where to begin? We have finally tried some boondocking “dry camping”. On our way to Canada we took the scenic Route 1, our last stop on the route was Reversing Falls in Pembroke,… Continue reading

Bar Harbor, Maine

The Tompkins family spent two days in the town of Bar Harbor for the 4th of July. There are tons of cute shops, great ice cream, and a nice grassy area to sit… Continue reading

Acadia National Park

Wow, we have been without internet for over a week! We have so much to update about, but we will start with our trips to Acadia National Park. The first stop we made… Continue reading

Maine

We have been off the map for the last week with no internet or phone, therefore we haven’t been able to update our blog. Here’s a what’s been going on… We spent a… Continue reading

Groton, Connecticut

Sorry we haven’t updated the blog in awhile, we have been very busy driving. About a week ago we visited the Navy Base in Groton, CT where my brother Dave was stationed many… Continue reading

Massachusetts

Greetings from Hanscom Air Force Base where we camped just a few hundred feet from the runway! We spent three days at the AFB and traveled into Boston via the subway system. In… Continue reading