George the Mouse

Simon Dell saw a mouse in his backyard, hiding in a woodpile. Instead of killing the mouse, he started making the mouse furniture, leaving out meals, and taking pictures. Karma being what it is — he is now world-famous for his efforts. Y’all, let me introduce you to GEORGE THE Read more…

Almond Cookies

Cookies in June

We bought a June Oven this Summer, and it did not disappoint. June is a smart cooking device; it will do all kinds of things and has programs available to auto-recognize the food and cook it appropriately. The June Oven is full of geekery and technology, but it is also, Read more…

The Portal to Paradise

We arrived at Rusty’s RV Ranch in Rodeo, NM on — and after the first night we went up to the office to extend our 1-month stay to 3 months. I haven’t seen a night sky that dark since my childhood. Listed as a “One” on the Bortle Scale, this Read more…

My Peak Challenge

My Peak Challenge

It is no surprise that when you are traveling, it is difficult to stay on track with being healthy. More often than not the gyms or groups I have found are very intense – pushing you beyond your limits regardless of what your body WILL do. The “No Pain No Read more…

Starry Skies

I have always loved sitting outside and watching the sky. It was something that my late mother and I enjoyed together. Some of my fondest memories involve being under the night sky. Michael is more interested in the technicality of astronomy, while I enjoy sitting outside looking up. Whether I Read more…

California Dreaming

We left Las Vegas in the middle of May before the triple digit weather started. We started our California tour in Greenfield, CA at Yanks RV Resort – it is a nice little place to stay. There is some construction on site, and it is between two agricultural field – Read more…

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