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Where are Steve and Mona Liza now?

Fort Stockton, TX

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In September, 2016 we achieved our goal of visiting and exploring all 49 states.  In Canada we’ve wandered through 8 provinces and one territory, and in Mexico we headed across Sonora twice for extended beach parties.  We’ve traveled through 6 time zones, and crossed the borders between the U.S, Canada and Mexico 28 times.  Now we’re on our second pass to see what we missed the first time!

Our Interactive Maps –

Click on the above map to access our 2012-2018 travels in uMap.  Most pins in the resulting map can then be selected to access our campground reviews and other information.

Below are links to our travels by individual year:
Aqua       – 2012 West coast
Brown     – 2012 Alaska
Blue        – 2013 East coast
Purple    – 2013 Canadian Maritimes
Green     – 2014 route
Red         – 2015 route
Orange   – 2016 route
Pink        – 2017 route
Black      – 2018 route
Lime       – 2019 route (not on the full map yet)

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  1. If you are still in the Taos-Santa Fe area there is a great restaurant called Rancho de Chimayo between Ranchos de Taos and Chimayo. The church in Chimayo is worth seeing, but you probably can’t get your motorhome into the tiny village. The church is historic and worth seeing. It is important to the Penitente culture, the secretive sect that formed after the Spanish withdrew their priests after Mexican independence in 1821. The group was formed so the people could receive the sacraments, particularly those associated with baptism and death. Many believe that “sacred soil” inside the church cures physical and emotional illnesses. Inside the portico where the soil comes from people leave their crutches, canes, etc. Many Penitentes flagellate themselves to atone for their sins, and on Good Friday they conduct mock crucifixions, but those are not open to the public. Chimayo was one of centers of the Revolt of 1837, a bloody affair.

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  2. My husband and I met you in Williams Arizona in the laundry room at the Grand Canyon Railroad RV Park. I am enjoying your blog and your pictures are incredible, Would you mind sharing wth me what types of camera(s) you use.We are so anxious to get back out on the road. Hopefully after some health issues are resolved we will be soon. Glenda & Kelly Shull

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    • Hi Glenda, I remembered 🙂 Glad you like our RV travel tales and thank you for coming along. I use two cameras: a Lumix ZS100 point and shoot and a Lumix G7, both are made by Panasonic.

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  3. How long are you in Missoula? We head there tomorrow, 8 July, for a three night stay. Then onto West Glacier. Would enjoy meeting you both if the opportunity arises. Gail

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