Long time no see
Long time no see. I've been on our own website for a while now. If you want to see what has been going on with us, check out www.Laura-n-Sasha.com
A descriptive look at traveling with a truck camper - similar to an RV but smaller and more maneuverable. Laura and Sasha started this adventure in April of 2005 for a two week vacation and now use it for all vacations.
it seems as though I can post a YouTube video to my blog, but have not been able to do the post of our own Sasha to our blog. We will continue to keep trying. Thanks for looking.
|Talking about the weather at Tall Pines Campground during the Mid-Atlantic Truck Camper Rally in April. We were playing around with my camera (See www.Laura-n-Sasha.com) and found it could take video.|
posted a You Tube video - just seeing this guy bounce around, why is he not on someone's gymnastics team?
First a picture from Arizona while we were out in Walnut Creek: This is a picture of the cliff dwellings out there, they just truly amazing! Even looking back - we did go back in May, and it is taking me this long to get the pictures up - seeing that area makes me want to go back.
So anyway, about the sprint card, Sasha and I are going up to NJ and NY to get the Trailer and so we went up this evening. As we were headed to the Fort Henry Tunnel, I was uploading approximately 21 pictures to ImageShack.us with the Sprint PC card. It was going VERY fast (especially since we are used to the T-Mobile card which has dial-up speeds) This card has speeds closer to DSL which is fabulous. So anyway, we were getting closer and closer to the tunnel and I was like oh no, we are going to lose all the work of uploading those 21 files. BUT thankfully, right before the tunnel (and I am talk within a tenth of a mile) ImageShack stated that the pictures had upload, now what do you want to do?
So I decided that I should wait before I do anything on Blogger because I thought for sure, I would lose connection. Well Guess What! That was not the case, I had connection the entire time in the tunnel WOW, Boy I do like sprint out here. We will see if it is as good on non-interstate roads.
Sometimes it is a good Idea to stay on the trail, and other times, not so good. We are stuck in traffic, not too far from the Maryland Susquahanna Bridge and we are in bumper - to bumper traffic. It looks like there is an accident and I asked a trucker and they said that there was a five mile backup from construction. It is kind of funny, but since we are in the SuperDuty, we are almost level with the truckers! So he was able to talk to me at practically the same level. Sasha said, he probably thought I was super cool since I had the laptop, but I said that the trucker probably thought why didn;t she look it up on the web? Quite honestly, I did not even notice until we were slowing down. That is what happens when I write, I just do not pay attention to the stuff around me, The same is true when I read, as my entire family knows.
After we had gone up and down all of those steps, we decided we needed to cool off, so we went to slide rock state park, well known for its natural slides of very cold water. Just taking the pictures the water looked cold!
We managed to make it out of the bumper-to bumper traffic after 1.5 hours to go ~ 5 miles. We are going to stop at Flying J, our favorite gas station and fill up and I think I am going to stop working on the computer, my hands are getting tired, I guess it has been awhile since I have used this system to write and my arms and hands are not used to it.
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