Becoming an Actual Travel Blog

Hello everyone! It has been an exciting couple of weeks around here. Last Sunday I went to St. Augustine with my family for Father’s Day. We all had a great time eating and drinking our way through the nations oldest city. When I got home, I need to switch my propane tanks. One was empty and I was starting to get tired of taking cold showers so it was time to switch over to the second tank. When I opened up the cover, I discovered it was being used as a home by a brown widow spider and her eggs. A friend of mine relocated mother and egg sack to a more spider friendly location. We learned that they are not as dangerous to humans as the black widow but saw nothing about dogs so I am happy to know they have a new home far away from Bronson.

Thursday I was given two tickets for a Jumbo Shrimp game by one of our vendors at work. Yay for job perks! So Friday my best friend Melody and I spent the day texting baseball, shrimp, and beer emojis back and forth to each other, eagerly waiting for the game and subsequent firework display.

Melody and I also started planning a trip for my birthday. Originally, the idea was to take the train to Savannah after work on a Saturday, stay a couple days, and take the train home the following Monday. This way it would be cheap and I wouldn’t have to take any time off of work but would still get to say I went on vacation. I really just wanted to ride the train anyway, and I’ve never been to Savannah.

But I’ve also never been to Seattle! And that is now where we have decided to go. After looking up flights and learning that they aren’t nearly as bad as we thought, we decided it was totally doable to save up and spend a few days visiting my brother in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle has been on my list for several years and I haven’t seen my brother in what seems like forever so this trip is extra exciting. And traveling with my best friend is always a blast. We already have a two page long list of things we want to do there.

That’s all still a few months away, though. So for now, I’m still enjoying the RV life. In fact, I think it might about time to go fishing now. Thanks to everyone for your support and I hope you all have a beautiful evening!

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