I’m writing this from Meridian, Mississippi. (That’s location 9 on our trip map.) We are on our way home now, after spending a week Venice-Boothville, Louisiana. What is in Venice-Boothville? Just two things: heliports to oil rigs, and fish! Continue reading
“The adventure continues…” In books and movies, that can be an encouraging line. In real life, it is always just a teeny bit ominous. Oh yes, it is.
There’s good news and there’s bad news… Always an ominous beginning, yes? Well, read on, and see just what can go wrong and right as one “goes RVing” around the southeastern United States.
Actually, I can’t believe it is August already! My last post was May? Really? Those bloggers who put out a post every week on a regular schedule are amazing! Where do the find the time? These people are both completing projects (or research or whatever it is they do) and then reporting out on their activities like clockwork. Honestly, I can’t even find that much to say about what I’m doing, although I am keeping busy.
So what has happened since I last posted? Two camping trips in the new fifth wheel RV, Continue reading
Updating what’s happened since the last post:
- Wild weather & 2 days without power
- “Tissue fitting” a valance
- Starting our summer travels
It was 30º F at 6:30 AM, and raining. I guess I should be happy it isn’t snowing. The rain must mean warmer air aloft, and I certainly hope the temperature will be rising soon, but hey! I am really tired of cold and precipitation. It’s been too long since our trip to Florida, I guess. Two definite signs that spring must be coming: It was light out and I woke up naturally at 6:30 AM. I must be part bear or something; I always sleep more in the winter.
I’ve also been more productive this past week. I have been using the #2018MakeNine list to focus my efforts, and here’s a quick report on my works in progress, or WIPs: Continue reading