We Said We Wouldn’t

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 162017
 

After our crazy three day 2150 mile trip from our home in Florida to Arizona following my daughter’s heart attack, we said we wouldn’t push so hard on the trip back home. Yeah, Nick, how’s that working for you? With Tiffany home and making an amazing recovery thanks to the defibulator she had implanted, as […]

Back To Santa Fe

 Posted by at 1:59 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 242014
 

No, not that artsy-fartsy New Mexico city that we were disappointed in when we visited last summer. Today we’re headed back to Santa Fe RV Park in Apache Junction for a week or so. We want to spend some time visiting with Terry’s parents, and to check in with our friends Jim and Shar Lewis, […]

Family Dinner

 Posted by at 5:58 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 182010
 

Yesterday, relatives from all over the western United States descended on Avon, Colorado for Terry’s son’s wedding today. In the early afternoon we drove to Avon, which is sort of a bedroom community to Vail, to get together with everybody at her son Cody’s house. We had not seen Cody and Jonna’s place before, and […]

Jul 172010
 

We slept in yesterday morning, taking advantage of the calm before the storm of activity this weekend, when Terry’s son Casey marries his lady love, Leslie.  River Dance RV Resort has cinnamon rolls on some mornings, and Rusty and Rebecca, in the office, had insisted we allow them to treat us to a couple, as […]

May 292010
 

Like most fulltime RVers, we always say that our plans are written in Jello, because, while we may think we know where and when we’ll be going someplace, we never know when something will come up to change our minds at the last minute. We had planned to leave Show Low on Tuesday and take […]

Feb 142010
 

Yesterday we had a party to celebrate Terry’s dad’s 80th birthday. My father-in-law, Pete Weber, is one of the kindest, nicest, and most loving men I have ever known. Pete is a retired Air Force NCO, and even though he won a battle with cancer a few years ago, nothing slows him down. He still […]

Jan 062010
 

We said a reluctant goodbye to Mike Steffen and left his place in Salt Flat, Texas a little after 9 a.m. yesterday morning, headed west on U.S. Highway 180. It’s always good to see our friends, and always hard to leave. But, the good thing about the RV lifestyle is that we can always go […]

Jan 052010
 

Terry and I have been dry camping at Mike and Pam Steffen’s place in Salt Flat, Texas for a couple of days, swapping lies, playing with their herd of dogs, target shooting, and admiring the star filled sky above us at night. In another life, that would be called goofing off, but in the laid […]

Oct 032009
 

Our Gypsy Gathering rally ended yesterday, and in spite of morning rain and afternoon wind, RVs departed the Mercer County Fairgrounds here in Celina, Ohio headed in every direction. The greatest majority of them are headed south. That’s right, it’s time for the annual snowbird migration. Over the next few weeks, every highway in the […]

May 132009
 

I have to admit that I am very pleasantly surprised at the reaction to our new Digital Edition of the Gypsy Journal. In the first 24 hours after I wrote in yesterday’s blog that subscriptions were available, we received 30 orders. I can see my pal Chris Guld over at Geeks on Tour just simpering […]