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Bounder Bus Adventures



Cape Cod

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 21 July 2014 - * * * * - · 98 views
Cape Cod, Massachussetts and 3 more...
Cape Cod I've been to Cape Cod many times but not as an RVer.  For years I was hesitant to bring the Bounder Bus to Cape Cod for so many stupid worries.  Traffic congestion, tight spaces and lack of maneuverability were my greatest fears.  This summer, however, I threw caution to the wind, left my toad at my camp in New York, and headed to Cape Cod...


A Perfect Summer Place

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 11 July 2014 - - - - - - · 155 views
New York, Upstate New York and 7 more...
A Perfect Summer Place There's a reason that New York state is a perfect summer place.  The low humidity, the mild temperatures and the incredible diversity of geography, architecture, and culture that can be found in the real EMPIRE STATE.  Being a native of upstate New York makes me, I suppose, somewhat biased, but as an adult, I can appreciate the many things about...


"Good Night John Boy . . . "

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 27 June 2014 - - - - - - · 287 views
Virginia, waltons, blue ridge and 3 more...
"Good Night John Boy . . . " Some people refer to my generation as "Gen X".  We are the children of "baby boomers" born in the mid to late 60's and on into the '70s.  I was born in 1966.  I grew up in the '70s watching the CBS television show "The Waltons."  The simple, homespun values that the show embraced, gave life lessons that have inspired me to appreci...


The DELMARVA Peninsula

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 28 May 2014 - - - - - - · 209 views
maryland, virginia, delaware
The DELMARVA Peninsula Two years ago, I decided to spend part of my summer as a campground host.  Campground hosting can mean all kinds of things and can be a very fun way to get to know a part of the country that you may or may not be familiar with.  I had never spent too much time on the DelMarVa peninsula so I decided to look at the state parks that had campground...


The Florida Keys

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 05 February 2014 - * * * * * · 4,263 views
Florida, Florida Keys, Key West and 2 more...
The Florida Keys It always amazes me to meet a Floridian who has never been to the Florida Keys.  Sure, for those who live in central or northern Florida, it is a bit of a drive.  But we FMCA members have one huge advantage over the regular auto traveler.  We take our accommodations with us!  The Keys are an RV paradise with hundreds of private RV park...


"Family" in FMCA . . . .

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 27 December 2013 - - - - - - · 497 views
Family, FMCA, friends and 1 more...
"Family" in FMCA . . . . At this time of year, I am so very grateful to still have my immediate family.  My parents are healthy and active and are also FMCA members.  That is why I have an "S" at the end of my membership number.  Recently, I signed up to be a part of FMCA Generations; a new chapter for subsequent generations of FMCA members.  I'm exited about...


Georgia On My Mind

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 23 October 2013 - - - - - - · 448 views

Georgia On My Mind Everyone knows that Georgia is the "Peach State."  The truth, however, is that South Carolina produces more peaches than Georgia.  Georgia is, I have learned, the world's largest Poultry producer but that is not what has drawn my Bounder and I to Georgia.  This "Empire State of the South" is home to some of the most incredible state pa...


Preservation: Prehistory to the Twentieth Century

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 14 August 2013 - - - - - - · 812 views

Preservation:  Prehistory to the Twentieth Century I had always wanted to visit the Petrified Forest.  As a kid, I had envisioned a vast forest of trees that were made of stone.  In my mind's eye, the trees were standing and they had become petrified.  I don't know how, or why, this image stuck with me.  It wasn't until much later in life that I read about the Petrified Forest National...


The Bat Cave

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 17 July 2013 - * * * * - · 878 views
carlsbad caverns, new mexico and 3 more...
The Bat Cave I'm not a bird watcher, not that there's anything wrong with that, but my recent visit to the desert southwest has given me new appreciation for those who patiently await the appearance of a winged creature - especially in flight.  Certainly there is something to be said for the awe of 400,000 Mexican Free Tail Bats emerging from an immense cavern in...


Problem Solved.

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 03 July 2013 - - - - - - · 577 views

Problem Solved. I don't know of many RV adventures that don't come with some problems.  Repairs, breaks; they're going to happen.  I try to stay on top of all my RV's maintenance needs, but that didn't stop a couple of "problems" that have occurred during my Summer, 2013 adventure. 
  
First of all, while travelling on I-12 West (detouring New Or...






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