It’s only been four full days since starting the current tank of propane, and the heater is starting to burp, oh there it goes. Out of propane once again. At least it’s 8:00 am, and the Sun is beginning to come up over the trees.
After the storm we had on New Year’s day, the temperatures just haven’t got above the freezing point enough to melt the snow and ice.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 knew there would be times while dry camping or boondocking that I would need an alternative to my electric drip coffee maker. As I am waiting for the coffee to finish, the aroma permeates the Coach.
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 […]
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 […]
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 lay there dazed, you know the feeling I’m sure. The first thing I do is make sure nothing is broken, while the boys and Jagger fuss over me…
I too am not immune to the bug, I came down with a terrible chest cold and cough last Sunday. I felt it coming on Saturday as we were visiting the museum, by that night I knew trouble was brewing.