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About lizalee

Mother. Wife. Friend. Sister. Daughter. Teacher. Writer. Birder. Photographer. Blogger.

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Due to some content we wanted to add that wasn’t easy on WordPress.com, we’ve migrated this blog to Blogger.  Please follow us at http://thejourneyisthething.blogspot.com/. Advertisements

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SoCal FMC Mini-Rally, 2012

We just got back from visiting with FMC friends in the greater LA area.  What a wonderful spot!  We had 6 FMC coaches, 2 SOBs, and 2 folks who came without their FMCs.  We were camped at Puddingstone Reservoir in … Continue reading

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Ocean Cove West Coast Rally

What a weekend!  Greg and Stephen planned a mini-rally that turned into a major West Coast event!  Ocean Cove is a great campground right on the cliffs on the Sonoma Coast.  It was so beautiful! We had 11 coaches and, … Continue reading

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Day 33 — Groveland, CA to Boulder Creek, CA

We didn’t linger in Groveland in the morning.  We headed out and got on the road.  We had a long drive ahead and wanted to beat the Friday Night traffic over Highway 17.  And, we did.  We hit a little … Continue reading

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Day 32 – June Lake, CA to Groveland, CA

The big challenge of this trip happened on this day.  Tioga Pass — 9960ft. The FMC hasn’t done it before and Greg was concerned that it go well.  We left June Lake in the late morning.  Stopped to fill up … Continue reading

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Day 31 — June Lake, CA

We moved the FMC to my parents yard for our last day/night in June Lake.  Mom and Ruthie and I had a girls’ day out in Mammoth.  We had coffees at a great little coffee shop there — Ruth had … Continue reading

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Day 30 — Alamo, NV to June Lake, CA — Ruth’s Birthday!

It was actually chilly at the National Wildlife Refuge when we woke up that morning.  We had a good breakfast — pancakes!  To celebrate Ruth’s 13th birthday!  We can’t believe our little girl is a teenager now! Packing up was … Continue reading

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