I was in a panic! My heart was racing and I was unsure of what to do! The situation was getting out of control! I adopted a dog! Now what? Continue reading
I often get asked the question “Are you retired?” Probably because, like many of you, I show the outside world what I want them to see and it may not always be reflective of the total reality of my life. I give you a glimpse of the fun part! Continue reading
Petit Jean State Park, Arkansas is among my favorite state parks we have experienced to date. Located in the Ouachita mountains, south of I-40 near Conway, Petit Jean (pronounced “Petty Jean” by locals) is a sprawling expanse of goodness consisting of great campgrounds, endless hiking trails and unforgettable scenery. Continue reading
“Livin’ Livingston” – Review of Lake Livingston State Park (with a twist)
Tempo and I like to take advantage of every opportunity to escape our city lives and work remotely from our rig. Preferably at a scenic spot away from people. Once again we were able to point The Whip south and head out of town on a Monday afternoon, our work duties complete for the day. Our destination; Lake Livingston State Park. We would be “Livin’ Livingston” for the week! This stunningly beautiful lake is located in the Piney Woods, East of I-45 near Huntsville, TX. We made our obligatory overnight stop at a Walmart in Madisonville, Texas and drove on to Lake Livingston the next morning. Continue reading
We sailed into the night on a dark and cold Monday docking at our second favorite hotel chain, Walmart, after only a few hours driving. Ironman and Tempo, AussieOne and Big Red, and a new addition, Griz (short for Grizabella – think “Cats”). Opportunity had knocked allowing us to unexpectedly escape our ordinary lives for a six-day work-play trip to Galveston. I was going home to the place of my birth.
The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its nets of wonder forever ~ Jacques Yves Cousteau
The Beast is no more; goodbye Beast!
“If I can make you smile just once, well, mission accomplished.” ~ Gonzo on Spiraling Outward
I met an interesting neighbor today I’ll call him “Monaco Larry”.