"Yahoo it’s ‘22! Now what are you going to do?" No one crosses the threshold of a new year with indifference. I may be one of the last to wish you a happy new year.
Day two of our eastbound 2021 Cross Country Adventure: the overhead air conditioner on our RV gave out. Steve Potter, President of C&S Fire-Safe Services, made an appointment for us at the garage where he has all his service trucks maintained. We were disappointed to learn that through miscommunication...
After church this past Sunday, I did what we always do, headed for Sister’s Family Restaurant located near the corner of Highway 20 and Rosebud Road in Loganville, GA. I noticed the parking lot looked empty.
Over the past three years of traveling back-and-forth across the United States we’ve enjoyed eating at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. We like their southern cooking; find they have excellent variety and value.
The second day in Roseburg, OR on our 2021 eastbound Cross-Country Adventure: we decided to tour the Wildlife Safari. We hadn’t been for decades.
As part of our extended, two-month stay in Oregon on our 2021 Cross Country Adventure we felt lucky to get a spot at Premium RV Park just across Highway 101 from The Inn at Spanish Head.
September 9, 1620—Day 1: It truly is a new day, for today we are at sea. Finally on our way to the new land. As always, I tucked my children in tonight but this time on the Mayflower, huddled close together.
Day 30 of our 2021 Cross Country Adventure: we camped at Premier RV in Lincoln City, OR. We love the spot! When I received a call from David Wilkins, former CFO of Portland Paging, our client in 1987. Our summer plans changed.
On the eighth day of our eastbound 2021 Cross Country Adventure, I noticed some uneven wear on the front tires of our RV. We’d been feeling vibration in the steering wheel. I knew we had to get the frontend realigned. We found our way to the nearest Ford Dealer.