|Our home for the summer.|
Welcome to the home of our cross-country National Parks summer of 2022 travel blog. Ignore the rest of the old expired blogs attached to this site, this one is where the action will be. I'll try to do some prep posts about the massive amounts of planning we've done, the gear and equipment we're using, logistics, routes and maps, etc. So check in every now and then When our trip kicks off in late June is when I hope things will get real interesting around here.
My other goal for doing this blog is to use it a travel journal as well, another way to record this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Happy to have you along for the ride.
The title? That comes from the name of our vintage camper. Built in 1967, the Apache Buffalo is a super-light bare-bones pop up tent trailer. We purchased it in 2020 for $900 and have done a lot of work on it to get it travel-ready. I'll be doing more than a few posts about that undertaking. But since we'll be towing it across the country and back, I thought that old line from "Home on the Range" was the perfect fit:
Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam
Where the deer and the antelope play.
Where seldom is heard a discouraging word
And the skies are not cloudy all day
Sounds good to me. See you soon.
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