Sammi and Brooke waiting for Mimi and Papa
One last breakfast at MacDonald’s (the only place open at 6 am in this service) area and we are two hours from home as we drive east on the Mass Turnpike. It was a hazy, warm morning in the Berkshires but the fog soon burned off. Our trip home took no time at all and before 9 am we were home and being welcomed by Dave’s daughter, Jessica and our two granddaughters, Samantha and Brooke. We came home to a clean house, a well-groomed lawn and a crystal clear pool. How nice it is to be home
Today was our last day on the road, after almost two months of traveling to the wilds of Alaska and back. We have reached the end of our journey and what a trip it has been! This adventure of a life-time of ours will probably remain a trip of a life-time for generations to come. The wilds of Alaska are not about to be tamed. The remoteness, the terrain and the climate will keep this last frontier, a frontier hopefully forever. We hope our grandchildren get to experience this adventure one day.
Thank you to all of you who have followed our
blogs and have expressed how much you enjoyed tagging along with us. We’ve enjoyed your company and hope that those of you who have not made the trip to Alaska, do so someday, and for those of you who have made the trip, we hope you enjoyed the trip down memory lane.
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