Category Archives: The South

Slush, Mush and Sunshine

We set off with the Fred and Karen for a day sightseeing in the Gunnison and Blue Mesa Lakes area.  Friday had turned off rainy and much cooler, so we had postponed the trip until Saturday.  Saturday started off bright, … Continue reading

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From the Front Range to the 14ers

“And the Colorado Rocky Mountain high, I’ve seen it raining fire in the sky. You can talk to God and listen to His reply”. Leaving Trinidad and the Front Range in the rear view mirror, we crossed through Wet Valley, … Continue reading

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Ham’n It Up with New Friends and Old

Out where the deer and the antelope play and the sky is not cloudy all day – well almost. Over the muddy Red and on across the Llano Estacado, staked plains, where mesas begin to dot the skyline, mesquite and … Continue reading

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Deja Vu for a 5th-wheel Brother

Finally we have the Rolling Eagle, our new Jayco Eagle 5th wheel, back from the shop with a smooth running slide. After a couple of days at Lake Lavon to test and load, it is off to Colorado for a … Continue reading

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Woops – Back up and Turn Around

The sun June has riz, the sun June has set, and here we is in Texas yet! Overview – Stuck, stuck in Amarillo, no joy, not moving on, stuck! Arriving in the campground – what is that smell?  Burnt rubber?!  … Continue reading

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Jacks Up, Head em Up and Move em West

Speaking of commencement, (see A New Phase of Life) we too are on to a new adventure.  Its jacks up and go west, young man – well not so young, but west anyway.  It’s been a week of goodbye, so … Continue reading

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Reminiscences of a Trip East

Corn, Corn, Soybeans, More Corn, and Wilderness . . . Mosquitoes and Rain Over the last couple of months we have enjoyed touring the east both Southeast and Northeast.  Our first trip in that direction in the RV.  There have … Continue reading

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A National River

Never heard of a National Scenic River before, and even if I had, I’m not sure that I would have looked for it in northern Arkansas, but that is where we have set up camp for the last stage of … Continue reading

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Falls of the Ohio River

Where we are and where we have been: We went jacks down at the KOA in downtown Clarksville, Indiana around 3:30.  Normally a downtown campground would not be to our liking, much less a KOA.  This one advertised that it … Continue reading

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Wild and Wonderful

Where we are and where we have been: It was time to put some miles behind us and begin moving toward home port. We went jacks up from York, PA with the goal of traveling 200 or more miles for … Continue reading

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