I Need A Day Off

 Posted by at 12:24 am  Nick's Blog
Dec 302018
 

Lately all I’ve been doing is running back and forth to doctor appointments and working on my new book, Big Lake Wedding. I need a day off to just go sit on the dock and watch the dolphins playing in the water and the manatee swimming by. Or better yet, to hop in my Mustang […]

Dec 292018
 

When Miss Terry and I started fulltiming way back in 1999 we went into it with the idea that it was something we were going to do forever. We adapted well to living in the small space of a motorhome, we loved traveling and meeting new people, and we said that if we ever decided […]

December Potpourri

 Posted by at 12:46 am  Nick's Blog
Dec 282018
 

Definition of potpourri – 1: a mixture of flowers, herbs, and spices that is usually kept in a jar and used for scent. 2: a miscellaneous collection. The second definition above pretty much describes today’s blog, a collection of miscellaneous thoughts and info that I’m sharing because I really don’t have anything else to talk […]

Dec 272018
 

Terry and I had a heartbreak recently, but we learned a bitter lesson from it at the same time. I’m just now feeling comfortable enough to write about it. As I’ve said here many times, I’m not a fan of yappy little dogs. I’ve also said that I love German shepherds. I’ve had several them […]

Don’t Do It!

 Posted by at 12:43 am  Nick's Blog
Apr 122018
 

Every so often I hear from RVers who are not fulltimers wanting to know about establishing an address with a mail forwarding service and then buying an RV out-of-state and registering it in one of the more RV friendly states like Texas, South Dakota, or Florida. Some of them plan to leave their homes and […]

Apr 102018
 

When I lived in the Midwest, and in the Rocky Mountain West, I was familiar with droughts. They were a common occurrence, and it was disconcerting to sit around watching the grass turn brown and the forests become tinder dry. When we lived on the Mogollon Rim in northern Arizona’s high country, we were in […]