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.
Sydney, Jagger and I rode a short distance in the Workhorse from the location where the bike purchase was made, to the beach in Santa Cruz. There we get out to walk along the cliff above the Pacific Ocean and the view below.
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 […]
After his talk, he shouted I need volunteers to fight the British. Then he inducted his audience into the American Revolutionary Army, issuing them rifles, pistols and hatchets…
It seems as if we are only at our O’Neill Camp for a heartbeat and it’s time to move again. Something I told myself I would stop doing was moving so much, but being here in Orange County the “budget model” of traveling required some of that. As a result of some of my appointments, it required me to extend my stay here in OC. Now a difficult scheduling job was compounded.
Wednesday morning February 12th, I began to prepare.. …the Coach for travel which will be the first time I have moved since accepting delivery on Monday in Ehernberg, Arizona. Fortunately I made a Departure Check List and finished it for this event and future ones. Currently it is three pages […]
February 10th, 2014 Continued from “The Delivery” The PDI After my PDI (Pre-Delivery Inspection) at Mike Thompson’s RV Center, the gruesome task of signing all the official documents started. The […]
After getting very little sleep last night I awoke early and we were out the door on our trip to Montana. Even though I was was sleepy, I still was unable to rest during the morning drive while riding in the back seat, but as the sun started to come up about ninety miles outside of Las Vegas, Nevada sleep started to catch up with me.
Travel Journal – November 30, 2013 It’s surreal, my dreams and planning are starting to come together today as travel to Montana, the “Big Sky Country” to establish my future […]
My decision to retire was a hard one for me. After working since I was 13, my work had become an important part of life. I had several “false” starts, […]