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Cooking in the RV with Smart Cookware

August 9, 2018 Yesterday we took Coco back to Jason.  She is a very sweet little dog.  We had a nice dinner with Jason and Dan last evening and got to see their pictures from their recent trip to Iceland, Sweden, and Norway.  Beautiful! …

Bee Sting and Wicked Wind

August 1, 2018 Yesterday, we had to take Dart to the vet.  The nearest vet is 34 miles away.  Dart’s been having digestive issues and yesterday was going on day 3.  We’ve been down this path many times, so I knew he needed some…

Our Photography Gear

We were asked about the photography gear that we use, so this post is devoted to a discussion about our gear and some remarks regarding how we approach many of our photographs. First, this is our primary gear: 2 Canon 80D bodies (these can…

Heading North

As we make progress going north, I continue to be amazed by how green everything is.  As we made our way to north Missouri, we noticed that all the leaves on the trees have not fully leafed out.  Nevertheless, it is still green.  The…

Ibis Highway

We have a wonderful campsite right on the water where we can watch the sunset.  We spent most of this morning sitting on our private deck and watching the wildlife activity.  We saw lots of Ibis flying by from left to right and right…

Adventure 2018 Begins

By Linda We finished packing up the house in hopes it will sell while we are traveling across country and then we won’t need to come back.  We loaded up the motor home and set up in a local campground 1/2 mile from the…

St. Augustine

By Linda I think I might have a problem sitting still too long, so we recently put our house up for sale.  We plan to travel in the motor home and ultimately settle somewhere in Washington State.  Our son lives there and we’d like…

Ready, Set, … Go?

By Regis. Last post I told you I would post about the RV upgrade projects. Well I haven’t a clue how to present that in an interesting way. So what your’e going to get is a list and some pictures with a short description….

How to Know When the Gray Tanks are Full

If you have been following our posts, you may recall me whining about how the gauges on the gray and black tanks don’t always work.  Therefore, you never know when they are full.  Regis tells me that I will know when the gray tank…

In Search of Florida Panthers

Let me start off by saying we never saw any panthers.  We didn’t expect to see any panthers.  They are very elusive.  But, we camped not too far from the Florida Panther National Wildlife Sanctuary.  There are some trails there, but pets are not…

Koreshan

It was time to move the motor home to keep every lubricated properly.  We took advantage of that need to head on a short adventure to southwest Florida.  We wanted to visit J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge again and chose Koreshan State Park…

The Old Man

We drove north along the shore of the St. Lawrence River to visit the Kiskotuk Park.  We passed many farms.  There was a crop growing with yellow flowers and it was stunning to see.  We stopped at several observation platforms that looked out over…