Thursday, April 9, 2015

Rt. 66 Travelogue Story

April 8,2015 
Here is the story in the Lititz Record Express this Thursday...

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

My First Travelogue... Rt. 66 ....

Save this date ..April 14, 2015.. Airstream Hobo is going public...That's Lititz  Public Library. On Tuesday we will pull our Airstream to the Library Parking lot and set up for an "Open House" beginning at 5:30 for an hour then I will go inside the Library to the conference room for an hour long Travelogue, using a power point showing pictures from the back roads. 
       The subject will be Rt. 66 trip that we took during the summer of 2014. The first 15 minutes will be talking about Airstreams then the remainder will be on Rt. 66. Followed by a question and answer session. Come and learn about Airstreams and how to travel the USA in your camper.
   Please call the Lititz Library to reserve your seat...Tickets are FREE !! Call today 717-626-2255 and sign up. Looking forward to meeting You !!

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Brookgreen Gardens , Murrells Inlet, SC.

   March 11, 2015, This afternoon I drive across the highway from the campground to Brookgreen Gardens, Murrells Inlet,SC. to see this Garden of many plants and artwork.The tickets are good for 7 days, it would take that long to see this place.  This was a project of the Huntingtons to display their artwork and also their students work. They lived across the highway. See the below blog next. 
      This place is so large and the maps provided sure do map it out. I walked most of it. I believe I was about a month too early to see the gardens in full bloom. But the sculptures were interesting to see. Lots of talent here. I took a lot of pictures of here but if you want to see more look at their web page. There are gardens, zoo, kids play land, many trails to follow to see the sights indoor museums too. Here are my shots ..
      God Bless... Airstream Hobo & Mom

Atalaya Castle

March 11, 2015  We arrive at Huntington Beach State Park in South Carolina, about 10 miles south of Myrtle Beach. We stay at the park for 3 days at $36/night with water & electric. On the grounds is an old mansion called Atalaya owned by the Huntington's, they were artists and also sculptures of many statues. This is an all brick building was artwork in itself. I enjoyed walking around the grounds and saw many rooms. Most had fireplaces for heat. Being so close to the beach was perfect place to live and relax.
   God Bless... Airstream Hobo & Mom