Our path is now final. We are on our way to Arkansas and Tennessee, eventually Georgia and South Carolina. This represents a change in my original plans for us. I wanted to see the Gulf, but it’s not in the cards due to the bad weather we have watched unfold in Texas this year. I will save it for another year of exploration.
It’s 5:30 AM, I’m sound asleep when Jagger barks and growls warning me of eminent danger. It’s unusual to hear Jagger bark. When he does I pay attention. I too hear something outside…
Last week Jagger and I Returned to my Daughters’ property in Mesa, Az, from our extended California trip. We came back for another visit with family and more maintenance work […]
At one stop, Jagger attracted the attention of a man and his wife traveling in an “A” Class motorhome. He admired the markings of Jagger and told me a very sad story about his “Aussie”.
We woke early the morning of September 7th to partial clouds. Jagger I started the day by going for our morning walk, usually not more than a mile or so. The weather was looking somewhat unpredictable, but still a beautiful morning.
Jagger is an Australian Sheppard born on October 14, 2013 in West Virginia. He is black with white markings and tan points, and light blue eyes.
The house remodel is finished and I moved in last week.
Looks like today will be another day to hang around camp. At least I will be able to get a few things caught up, like laundry and cleaning. This is the not so fun part of traveling, but I would be doing that if I was at home anyway.
Travel Journal – April 2, 2014 Long Term Visit I have been camped at Verde Leaf RV Resort in Buckeye, Arizona for 32 days now. It’s the first time I have […]