CapeBuild's Cross Country Travel Log

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Re: CapeBuild's Cross Country Travel Log

Postby TimC » Wed Nov 09, 2022 6:07 pm

Thanks for bringing us all along on your Cross Country Trip. I sure do love those travelogues!

It was great to meet you guys in Sept in Necedah, WI! And to see your teardrop was a treat.

I hope it's OK to post this photo...

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My First Benroy Teardrop Build Thread - A 5x8 Woodie - http://www.tnttt.com/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=63575
My Second Teardrop (partial) Build Thread - Started August '16 - http://www.tnttt.com/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=66939
#3 My son's Benroy Foamie team build - Started July '20 - http://www.tnttt.com/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=72877

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Re: CapeBuild's Cross Country Travel Log

Postby Capebuild » Thu Nov 10, 2022 8:09 am

TimC wrote:Thanks for bringing us all along on your Cross Country Trip. I sure do love those travelogues!
It was great to meet you guys in Sept in Necedah, WI! And to see your teardrop was a treat.
I hope it's OK to post this photo...


Jean and I enjoyed meeting you, Tim! We picked up a number of "tips" from looking at your fine trailer. I'll be needing
to add a 110 outlet for when we're plugged into shore power to use your crock pot method.... we liked that.
That was a great event Camp-Inn sponsored. We enjoyed that a lot....
John
"Success can be defined as moving from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm".... Churchill

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Re: CapeBuild's Cross Country Travel Log

Postby roxsemarierza » Sat Dec 03, 2022 10:02 am

John, you inspire me! I also dream of driving across the USA. I want to eat a piece of the world's giant apple pie! And breathe in all the parks you've been to. It's very cool. I've only been to NY with my camper and the cities next to it. And in other states, I just flew by plane. I like to visit fantastic places like unique cafes and restaurants, ethnographic museums, and houses of famous writers of past centuries. I always find adventures. My trip to Florida with friends was the most exciting. Before visiting a new place, I study articles like 'things to do in Naples'. And then I have a plan. I've noticed that you use maps without guidebooks and articles.
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