The Not So Long Trailer II has been on some pretty wonderful trips. Renovated in May of 2019 we have been east, west, north, and south covering almost every state with the exception of Hawaii and Alaska. We'll have to get creative with those two or at least with Hawaii! Jeff is a trip planning genius and also quite the photographer so we hope you enjoy these travel itineraries, tips, and photos!
And when we're not in the trailer, we love going on drives in our 1959 Rambler exploring all kinds of local treasures a little closer to home. We call those our Ramblin' Rambler Adventures! We love historic sites, nature, discovering favorite local restaurants and diners, and of course any excuse to shop vintage and antiques.
May 2019 - Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, & Arkansas
July 2019 - Cincinnati, OH
July 2019 - English, IN
August 2019 - Jamestown, NY
October 2019 - Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, & Ohio
June 2020 - Granville, Tennessee
June 2020 - Savannah, Georgia
July 2020 - Iowa, Wisconsin, & Michigan
September 2020 - Minnesota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, Kansas, & Missouri
October 2020 - English, IN
Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, & Arkansas
May 2019 was the maiden voyage for our Not So Long Trailer II to Memphis, Natchez, and Saint Francisville. We absolutely fell in love with the mansions in Natchez and the incredibly stunning plantations in Louisiana. We also discovered some of our favorite campgrounds that were both right along the mighty Mississippi.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, & Maine
We first fell in love with the East Coast when we made the trip to Maine in 2018 and couldn't wait to go back again. We visit the East Coast by way of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York and Maine. Final destination Bar Harbor, Maine. You simply cannot beat a New England Fall. We love all of the historic sites as we make our way up the East Coast some favorite stops being Gettysburg, the Newport Mansions, the adorable port towns of Manchester by the Sea, Gloucester and Rockport, and trying all the local favorite seafood spots.