I guess it could be considered a rite of passage as he is turning twelve. The boys will be camped in a tent in the forest, not far from the Coach.
Retired, traveling with my Sidekick Jagger, pursuing the life of a "Retired Vagabond" and blogging about my adventures along the way.
Stuck in the mud, a hundred feet from the gravel forest road…
[alert-announce]I have added a spot on the right sidebar of the Home Page for our Vagabonders to see current notes about our adventure. The past few days Jagger and I have been […]
[alert-announce]Thank you to those “Vagabonders” who have used my Amazon affiliate links through my posts. It helps to support our Retired Vagabond website and photography sites, yet costs nothing to our Vagabond […]
[alert-announce]Did you know you can follow Jagger and I on Facebook too. Just click this Facebook link and Like our Retired Vagabond page. [/alert-announce] Scouting Our Adventure Today’s trip to the […]
Riding off from our Red Canyon Campground site, Jagger and I head West on Highway 12. Our goal is making camp at our next spot by late afternoon. I tried to […]
After the morning routine, I decide to go for a walk around camp by myself. When I approach the door, Jagger doesn’t get excited like he normally does. Instead he […]
[alert-announce]Just published my somewhat small list of places I’ve taken or had maintenance done on the Coach. There you will find a short review for each place: Visit: Coach Repair […]
[alert-note]Below I have copied the “Departure Checklist” from the permanent page I have stored on my site. In the future if you want to view it, it’s available from the […]
Jagger and I wish all of our Family, Friends and Followers A “Happy New Year”. We are celebrating being Retired Vagabonds. I never dreamed there was so much to see […]
Packing Up It was one of those clear, crisp mornings as the Sun came up over the mountains here at Whiting Campground in Maple Canyon. Jagger and I had a […]
I shined the LED flashlight I was carrying. There in the dark between some tree limbs were two yellow eyes staring back