A Day At West Point

 Posted by at 12:28 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 072012
 

Yesterday morning we left the motorhome at the Beacon Elks Lodge to go back and spend the day at West Point. But this time, instead of taking the more direct route across the Hudson River on the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge and then taking Route 9W to the Military Academy, we took a more scenic route. We […]

Moving To Sturbridge

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 302012
 

As so often seems to happen here in western Massachusetts, the rain that was forecast for yesterday never showed up. Just a heavy gray sky that hung low all day long. But that was okay, we had plenty of things to do here at home to keep us busy. I finished all of the corrections […]

Sitting Tight

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 272012
 

The weather forecast yesterday was for severe thunderstorms, some with heavy rain, damaging hail and high wind. It seemed like a good day to sit tight here at home, so that’s what we did. I kept monitoring the weather reports online and on television, and the forecast seemed to be getting even worse. There was […]

Jul 222012
 

The bad thing about being workaholic self-employed fulltime RVers is that we tend to spend a lot of time working at the many projects we have going on at any one time. One day may find us touring the local attractions and collecting stories for future issues of the Gypsy Journal. The next day we […]

Another Day At Home

 Posted by at 12:03 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 202012
 

We thought that we would get to play tourist yesterday, but the fast-moving storm system that came through the region the day before was followed up by a steady rain that fell all night long and well into the morning. Neither one of us really wanted to go out in that kind of weather, so […]

I See Live People

 Posted by at 12:28 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 102012
 

After days of being cooped up inside trying to escape the blistering heat wave that has blanketed much of the country, for the last two days people here at Elkhart Campground have started coming back out of their RVs, blinking their eyes in the sunlight, and looking like refugees from bomb shelters. For a while […]