I only have a week left here at my homebase and I still have several projects to complete before I’m “scheduled” to leave town. Yes I said the nasty word […]
I’m up early today, enjoying a quick breakfast and cup of coffee while watching the room lighten. After getting ready I rush off to Missoula leaving Jagger at the house. […]
Today the Coach’s rubber roof will be cleaned and treated by Josh. Since I’m not quite as spry as I used to be I’m thankful he will be crawling up […]
It’s hard to believe the holidays are here again. Even though I watched the dates ticking by, I was still surprised they arrived so quickly. Jagger and I will be spending […]
As a full time RVer, your home is wherever you are camped. If you get bored with the view or your neighbor becomes unruly, it’s time to move on down the […]
July 31, 2016 No sooner than we arrived, the Summer fire season started. The fire burning about five miles away was quickly named, The Roaring Lion Fire. Here at the […]
Travel Journal – July 30, 2016 Jagger and I pack up our camp and once again head down the highway to Missoula. We are on our way home after two […]
I step on the gas and continue up the steep hill running over miscellaneous rocks and dead tree limbs that have fallen down long ago. Still Google is urging me forward. Alright enough is enough. I would stop, but I’m concerned I may not be able to regain my momentum up the steep grade…
After opening the door, a nice lady introduced herself as Angie. Her Mom had been stung three times and was in desperate need of some ice.
Sorry I left you hanging. The past few weeks I’ve been distracted by my family. Specifically my grand children who have once again met me on my travels South. Being […]
Travel Journal – July 14, 2016 This is our third day at Hellgate and there’s not much going on, so I ask Jagger if he want’s to do some exploring […]
I’m trying to experience as much of Montana as I can this year before heading back South for the Winter. It’s such a big state. I could probably travel Full-time here for a year and not see it all.