Our life has been a little crazy these past few weeks. We’re moving to Wyoming! That means all homeschool activities have been put on hold. We only have had a few geography lessons because of all the states we’ve traveled through. We left North Carolina on Friday traveling to southwest Virginia. We did this because my husband has worked there for almost 3 years and our camper was already there.
We had to be in Cheyenne, WY by the following Thursday so we’re heading out the following day with our camper going to Beton, Illinois. This next pic is from Virginia where we started the next day.
Fort Chiswell rv park has been one of the best campgrounds to stay. Very clean and great views. Owners are very nice and will help with anything.
We had a pit stop in Nashville to visit with G’s grandparents. They were nice enough to bring us a warm meal that we ate roadside. So thankful for that because we’re exhausted at this point. Never hesitate to ask for help if you need it!
We arrived at the KOA in Benton Saturday night. It was late and we were unbelievably tired! Here is our camp spot in Benton, IL.
The KOA in Benton is not a bad place to rest and it was easy to get in and out of.
Sunday morning we pulled out heading towards Salina, Kansas. We didnt get to stop anywhere to see sights or play but I took a few pics of interstate views along the way.
I’ve been to KS before but never experienced the beautiful sunset and the wide open spaces. We’re so grateful for the trip, we only had a few set backs but nothing some good ol truck body work won’t fix!
We stayed at the KOA in Salina, KS. This was also a nice spot to sleep for the night and refresh. It’s right off the interstate so it was crowded but our spot was nice and big for our huge camper and 2 vehicles. The picture below is just one of the roads in the campground. We were walking the dogs at night and these buffalo statues scared us! Welcome to the west!
We left Salina Monday headed to Cheyenne. Nothing but wide open spaces and beautiful weather!
We made it to our new campground(KOA journey in Cheyenne) Monday evening. This is where we will stay till we find a house. I’m so excited for our future!
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