Anyone else have that problem?I decided it might be fun to highlight where we have been for each Thanksgiving since 2009:
Our first Thanksgiving on the road we were with Brad and Sue in Fort Worth, TX. We stayed at Benbrook Lake at the Army Corps Of Engineers campground nearby. Six months into our new lifestyle and we were loving it. We were told we'd probably want to see everything the first year and it seems as if we were trying to do just that.
Our second Thanksgiving on the road found us back in Fairfax VA. We were able to spend time with good friends Jeff and Tiffany. Adam was back in D.C. from India where he had volunteered for 3 months and Kelly had landed a new job in the Virginia Beach area.
We were back in Virginia Beach for Thanksgiving. We were able to spend it with Adam and Kelly and her friends. Adam drove down from DC and Kelly was living in the area.
This was an unusual Thanksgiving for us. We were not near family and didn't want to join some of the people who we barely knew with their families. So we ate turkey TV dinners after leaving our
We were out on the West Coast that year near San Diego. We got to spend time with nephew Rob and niece Chris. Marty and Elena were there was were Matt, Sierra, her parents, Elena (Chris' mom) and her sister. It was a big crowd and lots of fun.
We were in the area after spending some time in Nashville and Murfreesboro and spent Thanksgiving with Mike and Joan. I did not take any pictures of that event but had a blog post here.
So there is my recap of the places we've enjoyed Thanksgiving as full-time RVers. Seems like the majority have been in Virginia Beach with Maynardville, TN a close second.
Wonder where we will be next year?
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