May 102016
 

 In today’s blog I thought I would answer a few questions that I seem to get on a regular basis. But before I do, let me say that my answers are what work for us. What works for you may be entirely different. The first question is, how do we access Internet on the road, […]

In And Out

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Apr 162016
 

Yesterday was an in and out morning. No, not the hamburger chain. My trip to the VA clinic here in Bradenton, Florida. I had an appointment at 8:45 for lab work, and they said to arrive 15 minutes early. We got there at the appointed time, I checked in, and a few minutes later they […]

Jul 122015
 

Yesterday was a gray, dreary day with light showers on and off all day long. It would have been a good day to sleep in, then spend the rest of our time writing and weaving, and that’s what we had planned on doing. But we had a change of plans. As I said in yesterday’s […]

Fulltimer FAQs II

 Posted by at 2:58 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 262014
 

This is the second half of yesterday’s blog, covering some of the many questions we regularly get from new and wannabe fulltimers. Which is better for fulltime use, a motorhome, travel trailer, or a 5th wheel trailer? No one style or model of RV will be right for everyone. Everybody’s needs, budget, and lifestyle are […]

Fulltimer FAQs

 Posted by at 3:00 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 252014
 

We always seem to get the same questions from new and wannabe fulltimers. I will be presenting my Fulltimer FAQs seminar at the Escapees Club Escapade rally in Goshen, Indiana May 12-17. For those of you who can’t make it to Escapade (and you really should), hopefully we can answer some of those questions for […]

The Negotiator

 Posted by at 4:27 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 022009
 

Friday morning we left Traverse City, Michigan about 9:30 a.m. and drove about 56 miles south on State Route 37, a nice two lane road that passed through the Manistee National Forest, a land of dense trees and few people. There were a scattering of canoe and kayak rental places along the slow moving Manistee […]