Where Will You Roost?

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Oct 292017
 

With all the devastation caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma this year, a lot of RV snowbirds who had planned to winter in the Florida Keys or on the Texas Gulf Coast are finding themselves looking for someplace else to go. I’ve received a number of requests for suggestions on alternative snowbird roosts. The Florida […]

Not Such A Good Deal

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Oct 152017
 

It’s happening already. But that’s no surprise, it happens every time there’s a flood or a hurricane. Rip off artists are already advertising RVs and cars at amazingly low prices, sometimes less than half of retail. They’ve always got a reason why it’s such a good deal. Their uncle bought it and only put 2,000 […]

Stay Away, Irma!

 Posted by at 12:05 am  Nick's Blog
Sep 052017
 

While folks in Texas and Louisiana are still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, here in Florida we are watching the Caribbean, where Hurricane Irma is making a path toward us. Or at least that’s one of the paths. If and where she will land in Florida is still in question. Here’s an idea; […]

Two For Two

 Posted by at 1:14 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 312017
 

I wrote in yesterday’s blog that after the air conditioning repair company we called in July never got back to us with an estimate for a new unit, the folks we had come out to get it running again on Tuesday followed through and gave us not one, but three estimates on the spot. That […]

Making Some Headway

 Posted by at 1:04 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 272017
 

My new book, Big Lake Tragedy, went live on Tuesday, and since then most of my time has been occupied on working on the new issue of the Gypsy Journal. And I’m making some headway. When I knocked off last night about 8 PM, I had 15 pages done out of a total of 44. […]

Get Out Of Dodge

 Posted by at 12:49 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 262017
 

Watching news coverage of the devastation along the Texas Gulf Coast from Hurricane Harvey is personal to us. Before we settled on Florida, we looked long and hard at the area around Rockport and Aransas Pass, which was in the predicted direct path of the hurricane’s landfall. They are charming little towns with lots of […]