Instead of TGIF, we were feeling ONIF – Oh No, It’s Friday – which means half of the Sojourn is over. It was a fairly quiet day, with our feathered friends dropping by, literally, and some new neighbors on Loop … Continue reading Fr/Sat, July 29/30 – It’s All About the Curve
We made check in at the Holiday Campground in LaGrange, GA with 7 minutes to spare – at 8pm this little guard shack manned by a wife/husband team closes up and the park gates get padlocked from 10pm – 7am. … Continue reading Thursday, July 28 – Getting to the Point
Somehow thirty-two years had passed since I first arrived in NAS Pensacola, home of the Blue Angels and the Naval Aviation Schools Command. In those three decades, the stakeholders in Naval Aviation had built a museum just for Naval … Continue reading Fly Navy
Feels like rush hour on the DC Beltway. We’ve been crawling on I-65N just outside Georgiana, AL for for about 30 minutes. Waze says 4 miles of back-up and we’re still about 162 miles short of West Point Lake in … Continue reading Wednesday, July 27 – Jammed
We are morning people so when the sun rose at 6 this morning, we poured our coffee, stepped out of the tiny house and walked a few steps to our private Santa Rosa Sound beach to blog and plan our … Continue reading Tuesday, July 26 – Scooters to the Rescue!
The Pensacola Beach RV Park is a concrete pad hosting about 100 high end, hard core RVers, smack dab in the middle of PB hugged by the Santa Rosa Sound and the Gulf of Mexico. Location, Location, Location. If you … Continue reading Monday, July 25 – Sunrise, No Sunset
With Bill and Eileen hosting French and an Italian foreign exchange students this summer, we checked into the Timberlane RV Park and Resort, across the street from their community. Here we would go over jacks, ground-leveling, room slides, water/30 amp … Continue reading Sunday, July 24 – It’s a GAS!
Two years ago we did the Southwest Sojourn, with a trip thru the unholy triangle from the Ostrich Festival in Phoenix to the heights and depths of the Grand Canyon with a stopover in Sedona for a visit with a shaman, then on to Las Vegas with side treks to apocalypic Bedrock and the Hoover Dam. It was two weeks of fly and drive, vintage roadside motels, historical lodges, chic hotels and the best AirBnB the town of Chandler, AZ had to offer. With both of us ready for a major break from the daily grind, we decided a change … Continue reading Southeast Sojourn