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Adventures in Fredericksburg: Country Schoolhouses and the Story of One Outhouse

South By April 23, 2018 Tags: , , , , , , , 1 Comment

As I wrote last week’s post about the adventures in Fredericksburg, Texas, I started the section about the country schoolhouses. And the words just kept coming. I either had to significantly shorten it or I needed to make country schoolhouses their own post. It can be hard to tell what readers enjoy but shortening posts […]


Things Learned Driving My First 11,000 Miles

The Rig, the Road and the RV Life By March 5, 2018 Tags: , , , , 14 Comments

Recently, I spent time driving 2,500 miles from Washington to Texas. That’s a lot of miles.  In fact, in the five months since I left Alaska, I have logged 11,000 miles. That may seem fairly average. But consider this: When I arrived in Washington, I filled up my gas tank and didn’t fill it up […]