I think by now most readers of this blog know we have sold our house. They may or may not know we sold most of our possessions (save a few boxes of stuff and four suitcases).
What most don’t know is where we are going or our plans when we get there. Well, we are there. It was a long time coming, following a road with many twists and turns. Not at road’s end yet, but the majority of the travel has been done.
I shared photos from those travels, and I can add a few more photos to round out the narrative of the sights we saw. Aside Hoover Dam and the Great Sequoia National Monument, we saw a lot of Western scenery.
Because we were on a timetable, some of the photos were taken from the car . . . the car might have been moving at the time.
Occasionally, we did stop . . .
Mind you, I have higher hopes for my Nikon photos. These, however, don’t suck all that much.
Still, despite the occasional stop . . . moving shots were more numerous.
What’s in San Diego?
Good question. For a few days, we were. We dropped off our Toyota Highlander. Yes, we travel different paths for a while, but will be reunited in a month or so.
On Wednesday, we left the US mainland . . .
. . . and late Wednesday night, we arrived at our destination. Of course, it was dark by then, but this morning’s first light shows a bit more . . .
Holy cow! Where is that?
That, dear readers, is the Big Island; Hawaii.
Yes, having sold most of our possessions, having sold our home, we traveled westward to try and make Hawaii our new home.
I plan to write more extensively about the process, the hurdles, and what we learned along the way, but for now, suffice it to say we are here and ready to begin a new chapter of our lives.
We mostly ran errands (shopping and stuff), but I did manage a few flower photos . . .
Yes, it’s very humid here (a BIG change from Colorado) as can be seen by the unruly hair. Melisa is also having issues with her hair. That’s not the only adjustment we’ll have to make, but we hope the positives will outweigh the negatives.
And so ends our first day on the island that will be our home for a number of years to come.
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