Our drive from Texas to Colorado was way better this time. We pushed through the first day to Amarillo and saw the TEXAS musical in Palo Duro Canyon. I (L) had never seen it. It was amazing; if you are ever in the area, you should go. The costumes, the talent, the tech, and the […]
This weekend, we stayed at a golf course. It’s a small park with just a park host, two small pavilions, bathhouse, and laundry. It’s very clean, and it’s oh so quiet. Guess why? No children. There is nothing here for them. It’s a proper adult place. This is what we like about camping. A quiet […]
Apparently, it is common for new RVs to go in for a lot of warranty work.
This Pandemic has been stressful. First, I couldn’t go see Mama Bee. Then, work sent us all home to work from there. Then, E’s work did the same. Then, we thought it would last a month or so and it’s been over half of the year. Luckily, before things got too crazy, we bought the […]
We needed to get away. After our best-laid plans to go to Paris for the “paperwork trip” failed, we made plans for another MicroVacay. (If a vacation is a few days, and a mini vacation is a weekend, then we consider a day trip without an overnight stay to be a micro vacation.) We went to […]
Last Sunday,, we took advantage of the gorgeous day to drive through part of the hill country. The views from atop a hill (near the build site of a $550+K home) were spectacular. Even the low lake looked pretty. The bright green young leaves gave the hills an interesting color pattern.
So, what brands out there affect you with more than just a good product. Which ones make you want to be part of their family?
E and several of our #childfree friends have late-November through early-December birthdays: Kelly, Jeff, E, Judy, and Ryan. So, we made a huge weekend out of it for all of them. Friday, Jeff, Judy, E, and I went for Thai lunch in Cedar Park on our way to Flat Creek Estate winery. We had the […]
Down the road from us, they are building some new apartments. We already know how it will affect our traffic patterns, and it’s no big deal. The construction is literally a big deal, however. They are tying the new complex into our main lines; I’m sure this is standard. What’s big is what they are […]
Oskar, the blind kitten and his first toys. He has a brother, Klaus, who has sight, so if you follow the video thread, you’ll see them both. Love, compassion, and even sight. Just a few more things to be thankful for!