Cape Cod

 Posted by at 12:50 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 192018
 

Mention Cape Cod to anybody who has never been there, and the image that comes to mind is probably one of scenic back roads leading to miles of pristine beaches, with the occasional picturesque small village along the way. At least that’s what I imagined. The reality is more like bumper to bumper traffic, people […]

We’re Stopping Here?

 Posted by at 12:02 am  Nick's Blog
Sep 232015
 

We were up early yesterday morning to get ready for our trip to the Seaside Thousand Trails preserve. Terry had already turned the driver and passenger seats around the night before and done some other prep work. That always helps. While she was finishing things up inside the motorhome, I walked down to the dumpster […]

Aug 122013
 

Terry finished proofreading the new issue of the Gypsy Journal yesterday and, after a lot of trial and error, I got it uploaded to our printer’s web server back in Michigan. They’ll proof it again and hopefully won’t find any problems. As long as we’ve been at it, I still hold my breath until they […]

Yaquina Head

 Posted by at 12:11 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 152011
 

With the new issue of the paper at the printer’s, we have some time to play. And that’s just what we did yesterday! Yaquina Head Lighthouse, a mile or so north of Newport, has been guiding ships safely along the coast since 1873, and today the lighthouse and surrounding 100 acres are administered by the […]

Morro Bay

 Posted by at 7:21 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 252010
 

Terry and I did a lot of exploring along the central coast yesterday, but rather than post one super long blog, I’ll break it up into two or three shorter blogs over the next few days, since the weather is turning colder here, and we probably won’t be out playing as much. One of our […]

RVing’s Top 10

 Posted by at 7:36 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 142010
 

When we started fulltiming, a veteran road warrior told me that you’re not a real RVer until you have accomplished most, if not all, of what he called RVing’s Top 10 experiences. We must be slow learners, because after eleven years on the road, we still have a couple to go. So are we real […]