On our travels back from California in March, we stopped in Erhenberg to rest. An excited Jagger once again sees Tennessee (John) and goes crazy wanting to play and maybe get a small piece of bacon.
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Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be confined to the Coach from a virus called COVID-19 while traveling on the road or anything for that matter, but that’s what I am experiencing the last few weeks, and maybe for the foreseeable future.
Jagger and I passed our five year anniversary last February 2019. During those five years, we’ve visited thirty states across America, traveling over a hundred thousand miles.
Just as my command to STOP reaches his ears, he looks up with a mouthful of prickly Cholla balls that had been laying on the ground near the plant. “NOOOO!” Too late.
I wake to temperatures in the low 30’s which seems the norm here in the Payson, Arizona area this time of year, What was I thinking?
Traveling West From Ehrenberg on a clear warm day, Jagger and I arrive safely at our California camp under the ancient oak trees. We’re nestled in at the same site […]
After consulting with four doctors over the last four weeks, I’m feeling pretty comfortable that my fracture can be corrected with a “Vertebral Augmentation – Kyphoplasty” procedure.
[alert-note]Health Update: The Orthopedic Doctor is recommending a “Vertebral Augmentation – Kyphoplasty” procedure. Has anyone had experience with this? I’m a little nervous about having cement injected into my vertebrae. [/alert-note] I’m […]
[alert-note]I feel like our Vagabond story keeps coming back here. I’m stuck in evaluation mode. My goal when I started my Full Timing lifestyle four years ago was to experience this […]
I wake up in Lake Elsinore. Jagger and I take advantage of the clear sunny day and go for a walk down to the lake and along the shoreline. The drought has taken it’s toll here. The lake is very low and this is the time of year when it would normally be the fullest of the year. How low will they let it go?
After checking in the Host helps me back in my Coach and get settled. Here Jagger and I will take long walks by the lake and enjoy time with family living in the area. Also my cousin, who I haven’t seen in many years will be visiting from Colorado for a few days.
My first “desert boondocking” experiment went well. No surprises, thanks to those who went before me and made good notes on their blogs. It was a time of rest and reflection after leaving my busy months in the Mesa area.