“Happy but hiding from the COVID-19 Virus” can summarize this very long past year. I celebrated when the fireworks went off marking the beginning of 2021. Happy new year and I hope it has started well for each of you. While I’ve stayed at a combination of National Forest, State Parks, and Thousand Trails campgrounds with a Casino thrown in the mix, I’ve been able to find a spot every night during the 2020 lockdowns in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, and now Arizona.
After my fast track to my Montana Homebase in May, I spent two months trying to figure out how COVID was going to play into my travels this year.
It’s that time of year again. It’ been cool here in the Payson, Arizona area. Snow has been in our forecast several times, but it never materialized. We had a […]
Progressive called me last night to let me know they denied my hail damage claim. So far everyone has agreed on one thing, it’s not hail damage. But what then? It is so frustrating.
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?
It’s a crisp morning and the skies seem to be clearing from last nights rain. While enjoying my morning cup of coffee, I find myself in my recliner once again, […]
Let the adventures begin! I had one of those moments tonight, ya know, the ones where you wonder where the last few months have gone. I sit down in my […]
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.
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]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 […]
Sydney, Jagger and I rode a short distance in the Workhorse from the location where the bike purchase was made, to the beach in Santa Cruz. There we get out to walk along the cliff above the Pacific Ocean and the view below.
Another Drizzly Morning – Introspection of a Retired Vagabond Jagger seems lethargic, not his normal perky self. Maybe it’s because of another wet morning. I can relate, feeling stiff and sore as my […]