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March 27: Home!

Well, we made it home safe and sound. As I write this, the clothesline is filled with camping gear and the drying racks are in front of the wood stove hung with freshly laundered clothes. Glen did some epic dish washing and I put away food, gear and other belongings.


We've still got more re-entry, but we've made a trip to Rise Above Bakery, so the important things are taken care of. We said hello to neighbors on both side and met our new neighbor dog. And we got to see our friend, Jessica, this morning while out on a dog walk, so that was great too!


We've reflected a bit on the trip and pulled together some summary info:



Thanks for joining us on this trip blog. It's been fun connecting with you as we traveled - and I appreciated having the motivation to keep this blog going, knowing I will be glad to have it to look back on in the coming years.


---- News flash: I may be launching a new "Local Wanderings" blog

in the coming weeks, if regular life doesn't get in the way too much. ----








11 Comments


I’m glad y’all made it home safely. But I’m curious what the dogs’ favorite hikes were.

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Glad you had a great trip and are now enjoying the creature comforts of home. No doubt the dogs are happy to once again have furniture in their lives!

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Mary
Mary
Mar 29, 2023
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Thanks, John. Yes, we are all delighting in having beds and couches! 😁

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Welcome back! Sounds like a lot of driving!! It was fun to follow your adventures. I couldn’t do the sleeping in small tent and car like I did in my 20’s but more power to you! I’ll bet your bed feels mighty fine now for sleeping 💤

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Tribal Scribal
Tribal Scribal
Mar 28, 2023

Welcome Home! Sorry there isn't more sunshine but you know what they say about the weather in New England. Glen, I'm halfway through the blog for the next Enviro Show; all we need is a guest 😉 Onward!

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jeffayers57
jeffayers57
Mar 28, 2023

8,181 miles in a electric car that has to be recharged every 200-300 miles ,that an accomplishment,you have great patience that I don’t have,I almost bought one but range worries would bothers me,it must have took a lot of planning,to make sure you had access to a recharging station,especially way off the beaten path as you guys go ,well done

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jeffayers57
jeffayers57
Mar 29, 2023
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Sure my gas powered V-8 Camero would have taken 400 gallons of gas at a cost of approximately $4 a gallon would be $1600 and you spent approximately $400 on electric,very efficient,excellent planning

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