Traversing Tennessee

Coffee by the river on a crisp morning before the 240 mile drive to Cedars of Lebanon State Park, a 1,139 acre red cedar tree park. We proudly brew Starbucks Morning Joe. Lately our breakfast of choice has been green smoothie with almond butter on Dave’s Good Seed bread or one of our homemade teff breads. This one is made with plain kefir, almond milk, banana, flax meal, juicing greens and frozen pineapple. It packs a protein punch that keeps us full for the first 150 miles. Today was a highway day – no backroads boogie, basically 81 and 40 … Continue reading Traversing Tennessee

Kings of the Wild Frontier

When we were part-timing in Hatfield, we were living instead of traveling and realized Betty would benefit from some modifications. The springs in the sofa and recliner made prolonged sitting uncomfortable. Sometimes we wanted to put our feet up but not lay down. The carpet was worn and flat under our feet. Our shoes were overtaking the bedroom floor. So we added cushions, coffee table, carpet and shoe storage to the hunt list. The coffee table and shoe rack fell into place quickly at the Goodwill Clearance Outlet in Montgomeryville. Since we are bathhouse users when we travel, the shower … Continue reading Kings of the Wild Frontier

Fleeing the Freeze

In our last post we were wrapping up Reboot Roadtrip and heading north from Summerville Lake WV back to the realities of Metro DC but wound up parking Betty in a suburban mobile home park in Hatfield, PA to work a consulting gig in Doylestown with in-between commutes to home. It’s been a little over 2 months off the road, 4 months “retired” and a 180 from being an experiencer back to a doer. Besides consulting, we managed to complete several home improvement projects like re-glazing wood windows and painting the trim, planting trees, getting new soffits and gutters and … Continue reading Fleeing the Freeze