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Bounder Bus Adventures



The Florida Keys

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 05 February 2014 - * * * * * · 771 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 - - - - - - · 355 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 - - - - - - · 389 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 - - - - - - · 734 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 - * * * * - · 794 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 - - - - - - · 536 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...


A "Froggy" and friendly little place

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 19 June 2013 - - - - - - · 391 views
Rayne, Louisianna, frog festival
A "Froggy" and friendly little place I have to give credit to a fellow FMCA member for suggesting that I make a stop in Rayne, Louisianna.  I'm currently five days into my Summer, 2013 "Bounder Bus" adventure.  I am traveling the I-10 corridor from Lake City, Florida west to destination unknown.  I have been in "new territory" (for me) since I passed Mandeville, Loui...


A Capital City

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 11 June 2013 - - - - - - · 382 views
Richmond, virginia, confederacy and 4 more...
A Capital City It was 10:30 p.m. when I recently arrived in Richmond.  This was particularly late for me, but I was traveling from I-81 south from Upstate New York, and I wanted to make Richmond that night.  There had been some horrendous thunderstorms in Maryland and West Virginia that caused my trip to take longer than anticipated.  I called ahead to...


My Old Man and the Mountain

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 27 May 2013 - - - - - - · 760 views
New Hampshire and 5 more...
My Old Man and the Mountain I just returned from a Memorial Day camping trip with my brother.  We enjopyed a wonderful weekend on the Indian River Lagoon at Long Point Park, a tropical spit just north of the Sebastian Inlet in Florida.  While there, I was telling my brother about Mount Washington, New Hampshire and I thought I would share that excursion with you....


A Moment in Time

Posted by Jurisinceptor, 20 May 2013 - - - - - - · 334 views
Natchez, Architecture and 3 more...
A Moment in Time For FMCA members, Natchez, Mississippi should be high on the list of motorhome destinations.  Located on the Mississippi River between Memphis to the north and New Orleans to the south, Natchez boasts one the country's finest selection of preserved, antebellum mansions.  Natchez is also a starting off point for an incredible journey on the "Natc...






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