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RUN RUN TURKEY – A Thanksgiving-themed game created by the Martin kids!

Introducing RUN RUN TURKEY!  Ellie, Finn, and Deacon have been working hard to create a game using Scratch, a coding program designed by MIT.  Together they designed and created every image you see, and used code to make everything move.  Click the green flag twice to get started!  Please enjoy, and let us know what you think in the comments! Read More

Stop #19 – Kingston, Ontario

We wanted to make it to Niagara Falls, which was too far for one day of travel, and the weather was playing along nicely, so we stopped for the week at the halfway point in Kingston, Ontario.

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New Brunswick, Canada

Sunday we decided to take a day trip to Canada.  My desire was to hit Lubec, Maine, the eastern most point of the U.S., and also to see Campobello International Park, FDR’s summer home.  Billy’s desire was to test out the internet in Canada with our new T-Mobile service (we already have AT&T and Verizon but they weren’t ideal for an extended stay in Canada).  The kids were really curious about crossing the border.

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Stop #8 – Lake Fairfax Park, Reston, VA

Mid-week jumps are not ideal.  Since Billy records all day long, not only does he have to stop working, but it’s kind of a pain to pack everything up.  Most things in the bus are permanently secure, but there is still a fair amount of stuff that needs adjusting before we take off each time.

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Exploring

Despite the heat, we’ve been out exploring a lot.  We found the waterfall Sesquicentennial is known for, along with some pretty rad climbing trees.

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Stop #4 – Sesquicentennial State Park, Columbia, SC

And just like that, it was Saturday again.  Time to say goodbye to Myrtle and start (slowly) making our way back north.

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Twelve. And Cell Phones.

Our sweet Ellie was the first to have a birthday on the bus!

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Coming Soon!

Coming Soon!

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