Week two of the RV renovations has begun and I can see this homely duckling (she was never ugly) becoming a swan! I’ve made numerous trips to Home Depot, Lowe’s, Walmart, Advanced Auto Parts, etc., etc. for paint, wood, screws, … Continue reading
Just thought I’d share a few pics of some pretty places I’ve visited over the past month. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Kentucky North Carolina Michigan Indiana
Well, it’s been a few weeks since last I posted, and I don’t even know where to begin. I suppose I’ll go back to Indy… If you recall in a September, 2013 post, I headed to Indianapolis to record the … Continue reading
Those full time and frequent RVers who understand the beauty of free overnight parking at truck stops and travel centers know that etiquette is a must. There aren’t a slew of rules, but following those and a few unwritten, common … Continue reading
Two weeks ago, 234 Nigerian girls were kidnapped while attending classes at school. They have been sold into “slave marriages” for $12 each and are being raped and battered daily.
PLEASE sign the petition to force the Nigerian president to get these girls back home to their families where they belong. PLEASE imagine if your daugter, sister, niece, etc. were taken from school and sold. PLEASE click the link below and sign.
Though these photos truly speak for themselves, I have to share just a small portion of the conversation I had with this lovely husband and wife. They have been RVers for many years and when asked if they’ve ever been unhappy being in such closed quarters together all the time, his response was, “We do everything together, that’s the way it’s always been and it wouldn’t work for us any other way.” She then added, “Our happiness is our togetherness. We just need a little help from our walking buddies now!”
It’s now been just over four months since I moved into my 2nd Gypsy Rider. To date, I’ve only been in campgrounds in this rig and have done no dry camping. Next week, this will come to an end as … Continue reading
As spring is slowly making its annual appearance, I am slowly make my way back to my homestate. I left Tennessee after a peaceful and balmy two month stay at Lazy Acres RV Park. Before leaving, I was able to … Continue reading
Just a refreshing reminder…