The Weather Turns – SE Idaho – and Goldbacks

Aaah, finally! A day with lousy weather. For over a month now the weather has been spectacular – in the 70’s most days and chilly in the morning. Of course, to “keep” the 70’s, I’ve relocated from Pinedale (7200 ft. elevation) to Ririe, Idaho (4700 ft. elevation.) Each day features abundant sunshine, and the best … Read more

RV Travel and Regenerative Medicine – Extending your Travelin’ Life by…

Face it… we all age! And, many of us don’t start RV’ing until we are nearing or in our retirement years. So, realistically, there’s a (relatively brief) “window of time” where you’ll have the time, resources, and good health to live in a camper and engage in RV travel. As I approach 10 years on … Read more

RV’ing, Your Health…and a genuine medical breakthrough?

Highlighting what I learned while at FreedomFest – and Where to Stay while RV Camping in Vegas I may not know much, but I do know one thing – especially after my heart attack about 6 months ago (Feb 2019) – if you don’t have your health, you have nothing – especially in the world … Read more

Summer 2017 RV Reflections – and back on the road (soon) for Autumn…

It has been a LONG, hot and in some ways arduous summer here in Casper, Wyoming. There was a BIG build up to the 150 second eclipse in late August, a near record string of 90+ days in July, and now in September, snow is falling just uphill from the town on the 24th! Now … Read more

On the road again – Always an adventure…

Pheasant Run RV Park, Portland, Oregon

It was 14 degrees and there was a thick frost on the windshield. Fortunately, in the “warmth” of yesterday afternoon (about 35F), I had already broken down the sewer and water connections. All that remained was the removal of my 120 gallon propane tank (rented for the winter) and disconnecting power. The cord was still … Read more

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