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Thursday, October 28, 2010


Ava is our youngest grandchild at 5 months.  She was singing to her grandma and was so into the performance that she did not see her cousin get a hold of a piece of pumpkin cake!

Now this is our youngest grandson who just turned one year old ...Braydon Charles is such a noble name, so I thought to post this as a reminder of the finer moments of growing up. He is just like his granddaddy.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Sometimes the memories of our early beginnings do not portray accurately how fragile we are and how moments need to be cherished when our lives are connected by word or deed.  The tragic lost of two of our own this past week reminds us of our own mortality and the need to embrace each other as we share this unique RV lifestyle.  Bruce and Margie will be missed and I have never met them.  They enjoyed life and they had style...I will look for them in all of you.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


Do you remember the old crank phones ?  What I recall is the operator had to be used for all calls except those on your party would use the crank to "dial" the number.  Our number on the party line was 3 longs and 2 shorts. There was no phone directory.  You would have to ask the operator .  It sure has changed.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Last trip 2010

It appears that we will go on one last 2010 camping trip to Assateague come November when all the campsites are first come, first serve. The summer is over and the ponies won't be on the beach but they will be everywhere on the island.  This particular horse was intent on finding some potatoe chips that fell when we  got out of her way. Before she left and not recorded by the camera, she left us a parting gift. Isn't nature grand?

Monday, October 4, 2010

Milk and Rving

This is how it was done when I was a kid. My grandmother would snug her head into the cows belly and be done before you knew it. See the kickers on this cow's legs? Gramma never used them. When I grew older and had to milk the cows, I remember old Crazy Legs arching her neck to see who was tugging on her teats and grew uncomfortable with me doing the tugging. A few well aimed swipes with her tail let me know to ease up. A cow who has been in the barnyard has a wet and very "ripe" tail and one smack is enough! What has this to do with RVing? Nothing. Milk is good for you, though.