Is it possible Jagger? The holidays are upon us once again. This year is our fifth year traveling “fulltime,” with the trusty Workhorse pulling our Coach.
I pull back on the reins, slowing the workhorse down as we enter Reuter Campground, just outside of Sundance, Wyoming. It doesn’t appear this campground has a Host, at least not parked at the entrance. Near the kiosk, I block the road and climb down from the panting Workhorse, walking far enough to see the campsite.
This morning Sydney and I packed up our camp once again while Jagger watched excitedly. Once we completed our job we all loaded into the Workhorse. Then I hitched up […]
Today Sydney and I decided to travel to Bandon. It’s a small town at the mouth of the Coquille River known for its Cranberry Bogs
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 […]
I was ready to move on and asked Jagger if he was too. Of course, I expected no more than a tilt of his head, not a real response. I […]
This Spring season we’ve been having a lot of rain and overcast skies on our slow trip North along the coast of California. Since I’ve been dry camping or boondocking […]
Jagger and I left our home early in the afternoon. Our destination was the beach to do a little exploring. Our first stop however, was Ace Hardware in Morro Bay. […]
I step down the steps and when I get to that last step … Whoa! What? Someone has stolen my adjustable step
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 […]