Where Will You Winter?

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Dec 222016
 

Most fulltime RVers and RV snowbirds are either in their winter roosts already, or will be headed for them right after the holidays. Many will be joining us here in Florida, others will be headed to the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, or to Arizona or Southern California. Anywhere the sun shines and the snow […]

Taking A Day Off

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Jul 062016
 

I’ve been working pretty hard on my new book and I’m just past the halfway point. While I’ve been busy with that, Terry finished her weaving project and then has been catching up on her bookkeeping. So yesterday we both needed a day off. After some errands in the morning, in the afternoon we drove […]

Another Book Done

 Posted by at 12:26 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 132016
 

I finished my newest book, Big Lake Brewpub, yesterday afternoon and started giving it a read through, tweaking things here and there. I’ll finish with that today and then turn it over to Miss Terry for the first round of editing and proofing. When she is done with that I’ll make the necessary revisions and […]

Plans And Strands

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Sep 142014
 

Yesterday was a busy day for us though we never left the motorhome. Which was fine because it was a rainy day and not really good for playing tourist anyway. I worked on book projects most of the day and well into the evening. The first order of business was uploading Big Lake Scandal, my […]

Aug 162014
 

Except for a quick run to Annville to mail out an order and stop at a roadside produce stand and a very nice meat market next to it called Laudermilch’s Meats, we were busy at home all day yesterday. After dealing with the usual morning load of e-mail, I parked myself at my desk and […]

Sep 252012
 

After two weeks at the Indian Lakes Thousand Trails preserve near Batesville, Indiana, it was time for some new scenery. We really liked the campground and the area around it, but management’s apparent lack of concern about the rowdy pipeline crowd that stays there long term spoils a lot of the experience. I’m not sure […]