Yesterday afternoon my Son gave me a call to let me know they were on their way North. He was driving with his wife from the Orange County area of […]
Keeping the Home Front It’s amazing to me how much time (and money) it takes to keep my little home on wheels clean and in good repair. Looking back if I […]
Did I mention Jagger is blowing his coat? This is his third season we’ve traveled together and I’ve never seen so much hair and fur! It’s everywhere! I’ve turned everything […]
This morning Jagger & I woke to clear desert skies. My first task after my morning coffee is to finish packing the rest of our toys in preparation for our […]
Towards the end of my stay in the desert this year, Jagger and I hitched up the Coach and made our way to Lake Peasant once again. Spring break is […]
The Plan This Spring, which is only a few short weeks away, Jagger and I will blaze the trail to our beloved Montana home. However, we will be taking the […]
I was secretly watching my Papa finish his breakfast when I heard Tennessee comin’ down the trail. I have already taken note of the way his van sounds so I […]
Good morning trail partners. In the last post Jagger got anxious and pushed our adventure along. I’ve linked some of the photos for the lost dirt mound below. We camped here last year too. It’s better known as The Lost Dutchman State Park. It’s a wonderful state park with both electric and non electric sites. I’ve also put a link below to the campground review. Boondocking in the Desert Recently we have found ourselves with destinations lacking internet making posts scarce. But don’t think that has affected our adventures! our camping has been where our Internet is limited the last month or two and our activity
My eyes shot open when I felt a shift in the speed of the truck. I hopped up onto the seat to get a better look at the perimeter. The trees had shrunk! This must be some kind of a trick or bad dream.. I took a deep breath of air, the smell triggering a memory.
During the day I made reservations for the first few weeks in January, to extend my stay here in the Phoenix area…
Waking to another retirement day while wintering here in Mesa, Arizona, I think about what I would like to accomplish. I know I need to get some grocery shopping done, but […]
Just as in life, somewhat sadly, but proudly, I get in line following the caravan of buses carrying my grandson and his friends to highway 101 North. It seems like yesterday when I said goodbye to each of my children as they left for their Sixth Grade camp. They too came home with a sense of a little more independence and some pretty entertaining stories!