When I was very young (4?) my dad and I traveled a lot by car across Texas. He had leased a bunch of scales (the kind where you put in a nickel and get your weight and fortune told.)
Many years ago I watched The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean starring Paul Newman. It struck a chord with me, so imagine my delight when I saw signs for the Judge Roy Bean museum!
We could not do the programming and web design work we need to do to support our highly-mobile alternative lifestyle without some computer tools we use every day; I thought I would share them here. DropBox and Evernote are both very handy things to be using on a daily basis. If you don’t have an Evernote account,
After leaving Desi’s house (and our questionable parking in her yard) in early March, we made our way to Georgia to hang out and explore until the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetic Guild Conference in Tampa in May.
Today is our 1 year anniversary as a full-time RVers. In all my life, I never thought that would be something I would actually say! It’s been an interesting and amazing year, what with letting go of the past, enjoying the present and looking forward to the future.
Asheville was the start of our journey up the Blue Ridge Parkway. It’s stunningly beautiful with amazing views and is well maintained, but isn’t the easiest driving in a large RV with a “toad” (tow vehicle).