We traveled yesterday from Camp Lejeune to Gasburg, VA. Today, we are heading for northern Virginia's mountains. We plan to stay at the Shenandoah National Park. We will drive the whole length of Skyline from one end to the other. I hear the panoramic views are breath-taking! I can't wait.
I hope to see Virginia's Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg. I have waited a long time to see this museum and the one in Paducah, KY.
**There's a good chance that I won't have internet while we are in the national park from 13 - 18 July.**
Our Hitch - Hiker
|Hitch riding on his scratch post over my right shoulder.|
I posted this photo in my Day 6 for 365 Project. I thought I would share it with my blogging friends. If you look over my right shoulder, you will see Hitch in his favorite spot on his scratch post looking out the window as we travel down the highway. He is quite a traveler!
Many of you know Hitch's story, so I'll keep it brief.
We first saw 6 month old Hitch hanging around a campground in South Dakota. He was wandering from one rig to the next and finally ended up under our motorhome. With a friendly purr, he managed to move into our hearts. After spending a couple of days looking for his owner, we came to the conclusion that he had been left behind.
The first time we started the motor, Hitch became excited. He ran up and down the aisle! Jumped up on the dash and did head bobbles! He even helped Dan to navigate by standing on the steering wheel! And that is how Hitch Hiker joined our family.
Every once in a while, we will hear stories from other cat staff about how their cats love to travel. Does anyone have a travel-loving cat?