Wednesday, August 18, 2010

First caravan day

So how do we caravan these big buses?

Our leader set up 4 waves (groups) of 3-4 mohos each, and has a set time for each wave to depart as a group, allowing for 20 minutes between each group so as not to unduly tie up traffic. We will be very considerate of others on the highway.

A rest stop is planned mid-trip for anyone wanting to stop. We all have assigned campsites, and the afternoon free to do whatever until happy hour, then dinner out.

Doesn't this sound like fun? Yes!

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Empress Bee (of the High Sea) said...

it sure does!

smiles, bee

Sandee said...

It's like boating, but you aren't on the water. There's still cocktails and dinner out in boating too. We are also considerate to other boaters. Looks like about the same kind of great fun to me. Enjoy.

Have a terrific day. Big hugs. :)

ivana said...

Ciao SandY
A great organisation!!!
Glad that you have fun and a safe travel!
Big hugs!

Haley D. said...

Very smart! I remember being stuck behind some inconsiderate drivers on the West Coast (and we were pulling the Airstream) so I know others will appreciate your plan. Hope you've enjoyed your afternoon, and I'm sure you'll enjoy your dinner out. I'm afraid I'm going to have to cook something tonight.

Anonymous said...

I'll bet it's a sight. We've yet to do a caravan, and that's one thing I look forward to doing.

Have fun!

And Miles To Go... said...

definitely fun!

Carrie and Laton said...

How fun. We are gearing up to travel for several months after our stint here in N CA. We hope to land back in AZ for the winter to hang with our kids. Who knows.