Sorry To Disappoint

 Posted by at 3:03 am  Nick's Blog
Mar 132014
 

It seems like I’ve been spending a lot of time telling people no lately, and as much as I try to be accommodating to others whenever I can, I know that I’ve disappointed some folks. In the last two days alone, four different people have asked if Terry or I would look at their book […]

Feb 252013
 

Don’t tell Miss Terry, because I don’t want to disillusion her of the notion, but I really don’t know everything there is to know about everything in the world. There are a lot of things I just don’t understand. I tried to watch the Daytona 500 yesterday, but after fifteen minutes of watching rednecks driving […]

Friends And Fresno

 Posted by at 12:13 am  Nick's Blog
May 232011
 

Years ago, in our early days as fulltime RVers, we met a very nice couple named Rick and Laurie Phillips at the Escapees Rainbows End RV park in Livingston, Texas. We struck up an immediate friendship, and crossed paths a couple of times in our travels. Over time, we lost contact, but we knew that […]

Feb 082011
 

Do you tweet? Do you post on Facebook? If so, you’re in good company. It seems like at least 70% of the RVers we know use these popular social networking sites to one extent or another. Some are regular users, making several posts a day, while others only log on occasionally. They have become a […]

RV Friends

 Posted by at 6:56 am  Nick's Blog
May 072010
 

One of the greatest things about the RV lifestyle are the many wonderful friends we have made. As with most fulltime RVers, many times we find that these friendships are deeper and more fulfilling than those we had with folks back in our old lives, living in sticks and bricks. Like our lifestyle itself, RV […]

Jun 232009
 

First of all, Miss Terry wants me to thank the many, many people who left birthday wishes on the blog or on Facebook or Twitter, and sent so many e-mails. You all really helped make the day special for her, and made her feel very loved. After dropping the new issue off at the printer […]

Apr 302009
 

I’ve always been a dinosaur. I like being a dinosaur. It’s comfortable. It’s easy. It makes life much less complicated. I don’t have an iPhone, I don’t do text messages, and I don’t speak geek. But lately I’ve noticed a certain amount of geekness slipping into my life. I blame a lot of it on […]