With much excitement and great anticipation, we packed up our camper to head down to the Carbondale, IL area to view the total eclipse of the sun. We planned and plotted. We found a nice little campground in the Shawnee National Forest called Turkey Bayou. It is staffed by volunteers and free. There are no … Continue reading Pre-Eclipse Events
Felix Baumgarner's unbelievable free fall Felix Baumgartner's free fall from the stratosphere. It's amazing to watch. It's out of this world to contemplate. It gives me the chills to watch. To just think of the trust he had have in his equipment, in his team, in his self. I was on the phone talking with … Continue reading The Free Fall to Beat All Free Falls (figuratively speaking)
It is Sunday, September 30th and I am writing this at Governor Dodge State Park campsite 349 in our dark green 1999 Dodge Ram conversion van. I backed up the van to the electrical hookup just like a huge RV instead of this little van and pushed the cord to my lap top out the … Continue reading Nothing beats the love and support of a good partner.
I was up around 5:30 am and itching to leave Mustang Island, ready to leave it all behind. Well on one level anyway. Part of me was still holding on to the disillusionment, which showed up as fear and guilt. This trip was my idea. We were spending money we don’t have. If we just … Continue reading My Search for a Vision Continues
Note: I couldn't get this out in a reasonable amount of 'wordage' so I did the more tag thingy. This way you can read half or go the for full reading. After leaving Caddo Lake State Park, TX heading for Galveston Island we were feeling life sure was grand. What with the great day mining … Continue reading Learning the Dolphin way
Note: I found Internet access at Palmetto State Park in TX. It is slow going but I managed to get this out. I will be able to post more when we get to our son's place. Thanks for reading. We pulled into Lake Catherine State Park in AR Friday night. I originally thought we were … Continue reading A Charmed Life?
Mike, Angie and I are hitting the dusty trail. We are going south to TX. We leave today Wednesday, Oct 19. The good news is I am taking my laptop along. This means I can write from the road. Call it the traveling adventures of the baby crone. (Yeah, I am still a baby; I … Continue reading Hittin’ the road, Jack