Archive for May, 2016

Hello? Hello? (Part 3)

Every Saturday morning we get “RV Travel Newsletter”.  From this morning’s newsletter: Traveling or even living full-time in an RV may make you realize that you can live comfortably in a much smaller space than in a traditional home. The thought may strike you that “I really don’t need all the stuff back home because […]

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Hello? Hello? (Part 2)

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Just like with a stick built house, there’s grocery shopping, maintenance, repairs, banking, etc. One morning last week I got up in the morning and went into the bathroom.  When I finished, I flushed and all of a sudden there was water flooding the bathroom floor.  Yes, it was clean water. We researched on the […]

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Hello? Hello? (Part 1)

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This blog is a means of sharing our travels, some of the photos we take along the way, and some of our thoughts as we go along our way.  The idea is that it allows some to travel vicariously through us.  It may help some who are interested just to keep up with us.  It […]

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Mt. Rushmore

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Since we got here a week ago the weather had been cold and/or rainy and/or really windy, and Trish got sick.  Today it all came together for a perfect day and we made a trip up to Mt. Rushmore.  It was a short (about) 30 mile trip from the park where we’re staying. I was […]

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Day in Rapid City

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Yesterday was our first day in Rapid City.  We were there to, as I’ve said before, to change our state of domicile.  We’ve fulfilled the requirements but haven’t finished yet, which was to be done today. Yesterday was spent on the phone with our insurance company, trying to get a few things straightened out.  Then […]

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South Dakota — The Journey

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We made it to Rapid City/Box Elder today.  Currently we’re parked where we have our mailing address set up.  In the next couple of days we’ll be getting our new South Dakota addresses and registering to vote in our new state of domicile. Once we leave here, we’re moving to a park about 20 miles […]

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Here We Are

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