THE GREAT DENHAM FLOOD OF 2016

RAIN…RAIN… AND MORE RAIN! There are rain storms, and then there are Louisiana rain storms. Friday and Saturday’s deluge still makes everybody nervous, even five months after the “Great Denham Flood” of ’16. It’s been raining, off and on, since last Monday. Last Wednesday night, the showers begin in earnest. Both our phones beep with Emergency…

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TEXAS – THE LONE STAR STATE

We’ve traveled through the Texas Panhandle for 30 years on our way to Michigan. The flat, nearly house-less land seems endless. Only occasional towns and windmills (a bazillion, I think!) break up the monotony. Although there surely must be something more to see, it’s been a “pass-through” state for us rather than a destination. Oh…

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BOONDOCKING GROWS UP!

BOONDOCKING – CAMPING OFF GRID, NO HOOKUPS We’ve been RVing for over 2 years, often boondocking, and no surprise…we’re STILL learning new things, finding more efficient ways to survive, and discovering unexpected resources. The average retiree, can’t afford to waste money or effort. Most of us don’t have that luxury. Fortunately, though, in the RV…

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Las Cruces here we come

We’ve taken a bit of a hiatus from traveling, but we’re now back on the road for a few months, headed for Las Cruces New Mexico.  Ms. LaRue is sporting a new interior that’s more practical for us (picture later), which means we can both sit in front of our biggest window and watch the sun rise…

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