2019

Trips and activities in 2019

Note – this schedule lists the major stops and stayovers only – not necessarily all the little towns and various sites visited along the way.

January 4-7 — Washington, D.C.; Richmond, VA; Baltimore, MD (Chargers vs. Ravens AFC Wild card game)

January 12 – Winston, OR (Oregon Wildlife Safari)

March 9 – Portland, OR (Montana State vs. Portland State men’s hoops)

March 15-17 — Boise, ID (Big Sky Conference men’s semifinals/championship)

April 14 — Newport, OR

April 19-21 — Sacramento, CA (Old Town); Paradise, CA; Redding, CA; Willow Creek, CA; Bluff Creek (CA) (California Highway 96)

April 24-27 — Kennewick, WA; Manhattan Project NHP (Hanford, WA); Omak, WA; Kettle Falls, WA; Bonner’s Ferry, ID; Missoula, MT; Wisdom, MT (Big Hole NB); Bannack, MT (Bannack State Park)

April 27-May 2 — Billings, MT; Bighorn Canyon National Rec. Area (MT/WY)

May 3 — Lemmon, S.D.; Fargo, N.D.

May 4 — Officially moved to Minneapolis, MN

May 5 — Whitewater State Park (MN); Cannon Falls, MN; Rochester, MN

May 11 — Effigy Mounds National Monument (IA); Iowa Cubs AAA baseball game (Des Moines, IA)

May 24-27 — Des Moines, IA; Kansas City, MO.; Butler, MO; Branson, MO; Harry S. Truman National Historic Site (Independence, MO); Buffalo National River (AR); Fort Scott National Historic Site (Fort Scott, KS)

June 8 — Stockholm, WI

June 9 — Eagle Mountain (MN – highest point in Minnesota); Lutsen, MN; Duluth, MN

June 14 — Drive through Southern Wisconsin; Chicago, IL.

June 15 — Indiana Dunes National Park (IN); Chicago White Sox MLB game

June 16 — Lambeau Field tour (Green Bay, WI); Menominee, MI

June 28-30 — Clear Lake, IA

July 5-7 — International Falls, MN; Fort Frances, ON (Canada)

July 12-14 — Green Bay, WI; Door County (WI); Washington Island, WI; Sister Bay, WI; Iron Mountain, MI; Rhinelander, WI

July 21 — Prescott, WI

July 26-28 — International Falls, MN; Drive through Mille Lacs area (MN)