Just follow the Yellow Brick Road

Our first stop on our trip to Montana was in Paducah, Kentucky. We pushed a little bit, excited to get to the gateway of the west, so we didn’t get to visit Paducah. Got there late and left early.

Our next stop was Lawrence, Kansas near Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. The two Kansas Cities are 5 minutes apart. Like twins, lol.

The KOA in Kansas City, Missouri was full, because the Royals are playing Houston Astro’s today on Fathers Day. So we stayed in Kansas.

We like to stay KOA because we know what to expect, we don’t need surprises, or poorly run campgrounds.

I always text our son, Donald to let him know where we are stopped for the night. When he found out we were in Kansas, he joked, “keep a eye out for the wizard.”

He didn’t know yet, we were parked on the Yellow Brick Road.

Happy Fathers Day!

God Bless America!

Wagons Ho!

We are on our way to Hungry Horse, Montana. We are volunteering at Glacier Bible Camp with RV Maps.

Shout out to our best friends (aka) Donald & Wendy, for taking care of the home front!

Hungry Horse is approximately 2400 miles away. We are pulling our Jayco home away from home, so there may be a few stops along the way.

A.B. decided to go through Alabama and avoid Atlanta! Might be longer, who cares, right?

I’m going to take pictures and blog about the people, places, and divine appointments we will encounter.

Please feel free to interact and give up any must see’s you’ve experienced, as we make our way to the great state of Montana.

RV Maps Family, and RV’ers let us hear from you!

AB&C