After eight weeks on the road we are finally home. We had a super time. We drove 5600 miles and visited nine states (Arkansas, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri and Texas). During our trip we attended four square dancing events. The first event was a three day event called WIPAC in Wisconsin, we danced to Jerry Story, Jerry Jestin, Darryl Lipscomb, Siegmann brothers (Noah, Lincoln and Jed). The event had Plus, A2, C1 and DBD dancing and round dancing. The second event was for two days of dancing A2 and C1 with Bill Haynes in Minnesota. The third event was for three days called Fall into the Heartland in Ohio, which had A2, C1, C2 and C3, we danced to Darryl Lipscomb, Bronc Wise, Ross Howell, Todd Fellegy, Bill Haynes and Ben Rubright. The fourth event was a three day event called TEXPACC in Paris, Texas, where we danced to Tim Ploch, Bronc Wise, Daryl Lipscomb, Vic Ceder and Ross Howell. All four events were excellen. When we weren't dancing we did a little hiking, reading because of rain, walked around the campgrounds, looked at waterfalls and other sites. We camped 8 States Park, 1 National Park, 2 Corp of Engineers Campgrounds, 1 RV Park, 1 Fair Grounds, 5 Casinos, 1 Civic Center, 1 Lowe's, 2 Walmarts, 4 City Parks, 1 Hotel, 2 County parks and 2 National Forest Campgrounds. We rode the motorcycle once. It's always nice to get away but it's nice to get back and sleep in your own bed.
We got home at noon and we unloaded the Minnie. I did some laundry. We spent the afternoon and part of the evening catching up on some YouTube videos. On Amazon we watched the movie Disobedience, which was about a woman returning to her Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her because of her attraction to a female childhood friend. It was a slow moving movie. I didn't like it.