We began RVing in 2004, but this blog did not begin until we went into fulltime RVing in 2007. The blog has evolved to a time when we no longer have a RV, but we still consider ourselves vacationing on a perpetual basis.
Anyone who knows us well will know we have not been out of the continental United States. Yes, this is a "copy-cat" "Let's pretend" blog post on our travel blog. The only foreign country we have both been to is SOUTH OF THE BORDER, DOWN MEXICO WAY. Wendell ever so briefly was on the Canadian side of the border between Estevan, Saskatchewan, Canada, where North Dakato, U.S.A. is south of Estevan. He had a job one summer picking up Ferry Morse seed racks and was so close to Canada that he went across the U.S.-Canadian border so he could say he had been in Canada.
One of Mae Dean's email buddies shared this video. I'm hoping anyone who sees it will like it because of the music and the photos from the European countries in it's slide show.
Classical music is one of many kinds of music Mae Dean enjoys. If you've viewed much of this blog, you know that's the case. Wendell pretty much sticks with Classic Country and Blue Grass music, but we both like music so much that both of our vehicles have satellite radios to enjoy while traveling.
The video we are sharing begins with a slide of red tulips, so we're sharing a photo of red tulips at this point because we also are pretty crazy about photos. This photo comes from the place we lived the longest, Jackson, Mississippi, U.S.A.
The YouTube video we are sharing was uploaded on Jan 20, 2008.
Instrumental music: Mozart with pictures from all around Europe
Pictures from 28 European Countries (3 countries are shown twice) plus No. 1 of Tulips and No. 33 of Sunset. Click on the link below and enjoy:
9) United Kingdom
13) Vatican City
27) United Kingdom
29) San Marino
31) Czech Republic
Music: "Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467, "Elvira Madigan": II. Andante" by Christina Bjorkoe (eMusic • iTunes)
License: Standard YouTube License
To close this blog post, here is a photo taken close to where we live now. Louis Mapp took this photo on March 16 of 1999, in Point Clear, Alabama, U.S.A.
It is a very good example of the Art of God because it is actually a wonderful photograph but looks like it is a painting instead.