Our Temporary Home Our motorhome, Chance, was dead and left behind in New Hampshire. We were homeless. Our daughter and son-in-law agreed that we could stay with them while we figured out what was next. They cleared out a space in their finished basement, and we set up our beds which we had used in … Continue reading HOMELESS!
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WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN…
Rest in Peace We were in Bar Harbor, Maine. We had just finished a tour on a lobster boat. I just learned that Chance, our motorhome that we left in Littleton, New Hampshire, has a blown engine. We cannot afford to put the amount of money required into our 1999 motorhome. So what are we … Continue reading WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN…
My apologies for such a long absence. There’s been a lot going on, and I’ve been somewhat distracted, but I’m going to try and catch you up with this post. I’ll try and keep it brief. We spent the summer preaching at a little church in Iron Mountain, Michigan. Iron Mountain is in the far … Continue reading CATCHING UP
Staying connected while on the road is essential to me and most others. When we had a home, it was simple. We had blazing fast internet through a local cable company. We could also get our TV channels through them if we preferred. But what do you do when you live in a motor home … Continue reading Connectivity
During May, we spent three weeks in Florence, Wisconsin. Traveling along U.S. Highway 2 in Michigan’s Western Upper Peninsula, you enter Wisconsin when you cross the Menomonee River. U.S. 2 continues to run parallel to the river until it eventually crosses the river again back into Michigan. Along the way, you pass through Florence. For … Continue reading Florence, Wisconsin
Chance being towed down the road Just about everything can break. Especially something that rumbles down the road at high speed and shakes like an earthquake. The older the thing I would suppose the higher the chance of something breaking is. That certainly seems to be true for me. And it is true of Chance. … Continue reading BREAKDOWN
We spent five nights in Fries, Virginia at the Fries New River Trail RV Park. We came here because I would be speaking at Fries Baptist Church. Fries is a very small town with a population of under 500. Its main street runs parallel to the New River, one of the oldest rivers in the … Continue reading FRIES, VIRGINIA
FULL-TIME RVING PART 2
We did it! Wednesday (4/20/22) at 10:32 AM we rolled out on our second chance at full-time RV living. After an eighteen-month hiatus, we are back on the road again. If you read this blog regularly you know we had to leave the road due to a serious health issue. Just a little over a … Continue reading FULL-TIME RVING PART 2
WE ARE GOING TO DO IT!
A little over a year ago we stopped full time RVing. We had been fulltiming a little over a year when I had a medical emergency which knocked us off the road. (You can read the details of the medical emergency in The Unexpected Journey in earlier posts on this blog.) We could not foresee … Continue reading WE ARE GOING TO DO IT!
HOW WE BOUGHT A MOTOR HOME
Early on during my health crisis (you can read about it in my blog posts The Unexpected Journey) we didn’t think we would ever be able to manage our RV again. Even if I recovered, we doubted that we would be able to handle a thirty-eight-foot fifth wheel and the one-ton pickup we hauled it … Continue reading HOW WE BOUGHT A MOTOR HOME