Fantastic


We are now in Nassau Bay where we just had dinner with Ken and Dottie Short at this fabulous seafood restaurant just off of interstate 49. Really great food and service, we can highly recommend this place for fine meals. Larry

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Larry Daniel. OzarksPhotos@me.com
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Sheepskin


While here in El Paso, Texas we ordered and received a set of sheepskin seat covers for Geraldine III. They were custom-made for us after taking we took a lot of measurements of the seats by ComfySheep of Aurora, Colorado.

We had them installed yesterday at Master Lube, 1340 N Zaragoza Road, El Paso TX 79936. They did a very good job of getting them installed.

We intend to depart don’t have so Monday, March 6. We will be heading east to Temple to spend a little time with a cousin. Then on to the Houston area to join Jim and Janice Poore for their 70th wedding anniversary.

After that we will be heading toward Springfield, Missouri, our home. Then we will have to get to work on doing our taxes. 😦

Larry

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2016 210 Popular Roadtrek
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Enjoying El Paso


Just a brief note, we are still in El Paso. Enjoying the moderate weather here.

Also trying to learn how to do more things in the newly released ON1 RAW software. This very recently released software is full of editing options that allow one to do lots of things to an image with very little work.

Below is a recent image from last summer on the Oregon coast which I edited to enhance the image and add a watermark.

Larry and/or Marilyn Daniel
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Happy Thanksgiving


We are wintering in El Paso. We wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving.

We are hoping in the next few weeks to be able to include some images in your updates.

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Larry Daniel. OzarksPhotos@me.com
http://www.OzarksPhotos.com
blog: http:// ozarksphotos.wordpress.com

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our most recent trip to Arkansas


We just returned from our most recent overnight trip to the Boxley Valley in Arkansas. We hope to be able to locate some of the elk herd there. We ended up having the good fortune to be able to dine with Tim and Pam Ernst. They invited us to share dinner with them at the Low Gap Café in Low Gap, Arkansas. The café is owned and operated by the Chef and his wife. Should you ever be in that area it is a very good place to eat. It is located on the highway between Ponca and Jasper, Arkansas.

On the way to dinner we decided to drive down to the Steele creek trailhead and see the big bluff there. There were several horse trailers camping there and out on trail rides. We took the opportunity to get an image of our Roadtrek while there with the bluff in the background. The bright blue sky almost makes our silver Roadtrek look blue. 🙂

After a very enjoyable time at dinner we drove back to a trailhead to spend the night. Very early the next morning we awakened to a lot of fog, which we had hoped for. We wanted to get some images and video of the elk if we could find them in the valley. As we neared Ponca and were about to give up in our search we found them, and there was even an area where we could park off the highway. Below is one image which will give you some idea of how foggy it was and the enormous size of the very large bull elk with a small portion of his herd of cows. This elk had about 45 to 50 cows in his harem. His antlers show that he has been busy protecting his herd as two of the tines on one side are broken off.

We were also successful in capturing some video of the elk and it is posted on Facebook, just search for posts by Ozarks Photos.

We are loving having our new 2016 Roadtrek 210 Popular. It is equipped with lithium batteries so we can boon dock for several days and it has no noisy generator so we no longer get the nasty looks from the tent campers. LOL

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We have returned


Late yesterday we returned to civilization, that means Starbucks and cellular connection. LOL

We had a wonderful four days and three nights in the Porcupine mountains of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. We shared this experience with about 30 other Roadtreks. Made some new friends and renewed old friendships. We met face-to-face with the young couple that purchased Geraldine II.

After a short visit to American RV in Grand Rapids for some warranty work (thank you Roadtrek!) Geraldine III performed flawlessly. As it was pretty darn cool (lower 40’s) we ran the furnace every night and woke with almost as much voltage as we had when we went to bed.

The gathering of Roadtrek’s was organized by Mike Wendland and Yan Seiner. A big thank you to them and to Roadtrek for assisting in the gathering.

The Upper peninsula was ablaze in color. Below is a short video of a very small portion of the drive along the S. Boundary Rd. of the Porcupine Mountains State Park Park.

One of the icons of these state park is the Lake of the Clouds. A photo of the lake from atop the mountain that overlooks it is below.

Below is another photo from the top of the mountain looking the other direction, away from the Lake of the Clouds.

Another big thank you to Mike Wendland, who started the Roadtrekking: The Group forum on Facebook.


Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2016 210 Popular Roadtrek
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Now in Michigan


We’ve been very busy traveling the last several days. We are now on the upper Peninsula of Michigan near the shore of Lake Superior.

First we have an image from the shores of Lake Michigan.

We are now in Marquette, Michigan. Below are a few images from today. The first one is a view of Marquette from the shore of Lake superior near the very nice welcome Center.

This is a view of Presque isle and the lighthouse near it.

The image below is of an old ore loading dock which is no longer in use on the harbor.

We are enjoying a sunny day, a bit windy with temperatures in the 50s.

Larry or Marilyn Daniel
2016 210 Popular Roadtrek
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http://OzarksPhotosTravels.com for our blog about our travels

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