Sep 172020
 

Many people think that the money from subscriptions is how a newspaper survives, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. At best, subscription income covers the cost of getting the paper delivered, and not always even that. Many newspapers spend a lot of money managing a circulation department. In fact, several of my newspapers […]

Fish Cheeks

 Posted by at 5:43 am  Nick's Blog
Aug 172009
 

Yesterday afternoon we had a delicious meal, courtesy of Dennis and Carol Hill from the RV Driving School. Dennis and Carol have been here at Elkhart Campground for a couple of days, after a summer┬áRV┬átrip to Alaska, and they invited us over for a cookout. The main course was deep fried halibut cheeks. Did you […]

Aug 152009
 

It seems like every time I turn around, we get news of the passing of someone else we know. I guess that’s what happens as we get older. Unfortunately, we lost another dear friend yesterday, when Lue Reed passed away in California. We first met Lue over ten years ago in our first month on […]

Aug 052009
 

Miss Terry has wanted to use her Orion smoker for months now, but we just never seemed to have the time. That all ended yesterday when she smoked up three huge racks of ribs for a cookout with Rocky and Berni Frees. We got the smoker at Lowes about a year ago, but this was […]

May 222009
 

Several blog readers have written to ask what the status is on the Winnebago motorhome we looked at earlier this week. Thank you for your interest, but unfortunately, it’s not going to happen at this time. Our private financing fell through, so we’re back to square one. We’re very disappointed, but I guess it’s just […]

Mar 222009
 

Yesterday was a day to enjoy the company of good friends. While Terry and her mom ran some errands in preparation for her sister Dani’s birthday dinner on Monday, I picked up our friend Ann Pruitt at an RV park in Mesa and drove her to Scottsdale to retrieve her car. We first met Ann […]