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.
After consulting with four doctors over the last four weeks, I’m feeling pretty comfortable that my fracture can be corrected with a “Vertebral Augmentation – Kyphoplasty” procedure.
A break from journaling to wish our Vagabond partners Merry Christmas. May your holiday be filled with Joy and the company of family and friends. Gary and Jagger
We’re off to visit Newport Harbor (Oregon of course). It’s a town along the Oregon coast just North of our camp at Tillicum Beach. Here just inside the harbor beyond […]
Our move to San Simeon State Beach Campground was less than an hour’s drive. It’s not my first trip to this area, but my first stay at this state park. […]
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 […]
[alert-announce]This morning I spent some time updating my profile page (About Retired Vagabond). Most of it was written and published three years ago and I needed to update some of […]
[alert-announce]Did you know you can follow Jagger and I on Facebook too. Just click this Facebook link and Like our Retired Vagabond page. [/alert-announce] Scouting Our Adventure Today’s trip to the […]
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.
I then opened up one of the walls. Oh no, the water dropping right next to my electric converter. A large puddle of water was around, but not on the converter. Thank goodness that could have been a disaster.