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I’d love to do what you do. Unfortunately I’ll probably never be able to retire. 60 yr old now and will probably never be able to retire. So I’ll enjoy your trips. Thanks for sharing.
Enjoy New England. Hope you guys can take the Northeast’s hazy, hot, humid weather that summer time brings. We went for a walk at Laurelwood last night and reminisced. We miss you guys! Our driveway looks so empty! 🙂
Well, its about time you showed me how to get on your Blog sights…..hope to see lots of your wonderful pics. Travel safely and will see ya on the 17th…keep smiling!!
Hi Jim and Mary! I was wondering, do you still have the blog you wrote about me? Im applying for ajob that I really really want, and I think that would speak well for me! My email is email@example.com if you dont still have it. I gave my copy of what you wrote to a fiend to show her hubby, and now she cant find it. Thanks Let me know if theres a way I can go back that far and copy it?
Mary…..next time we get together for a visit we’ll have to share our Washington adventures. Dave & I go Anacortes, WA every summer and LOVE Mt. Vernon too. Hugs, Pam Rousey
Hello Jim and Mary. I found your site by chance when I was researching info on Bucke Waker’s book – The True Story of an Island Trajedy. Jim, like you I found And The Sea Will Tell to be a facinating read when I read it over 10 years ago. I discovered just today that Walker later wrote his account while in prison. I attempted to find a cheap used copy of Walker’s book on Amazon, but it was a hard cover version with a price of $24. I also found the Walker’s website and a new copy cost of just under $25. I then searched again and found your sight and that you had recently ordered Walker’s book. (Given that Walker died a number of years ago, I’m curious who is selling his self-published book- his family I guess.)
Anyway, I’ve decided I’m not going to buy the book (at least for now) for three reasons: 1. It’s over 800 page long; 2. Given the evidence available, along with Walker’s past criminal background, it seems to me that they caught the right guy. Although, I have serious doubt that the girlfriend Jennifer wasn’t in on it. 3. I don’t want to spend $24 on a book that’s likely poorly written.
So I’m wondering if after you read it if you’d let me know what you thought about, and if you’d recommend it.
I live in the San Franciso Bay area and work for a law enforcement agency in San Francisco.
Best regards and happy travels,
I can do that. By time I read the book and get back to you will likely be in early November.
Thank you Jim. I hope it’s an interesting read!
I just found your blog while searching random blogs on Hitchitch. My wife and I have been RV camping since 2003. Last September we decided to sell everything and go full time. We should hit the road in June 2012 for our big adventure. I like your writing style and am looking forward to reading past posts and following you guys in the future.
Jim and Rosie Sathe
Hi Jim and Rosie,
Congratulations on your decision to go full-time. Here’s hoping your have many years of enjoyment!
Thanks for your kind comments.
Just found your blog. We plan to go fulltime Jan. 2, 2015. I have already found great travel information on your blog. I will follow your travels to absorb all the information I can. Thank you for all the time you put into sharing.
Thank you for your kind comments. We wish you many happy miles when it’s your turn to full-time! Jim and Mary
Thank you so much for the information on Dr. Crowe… it was macabre… but provided closure for so many of us
Greatly enjoying your blog. Thank you for providing great travel tips.
Have always just wanted to up and travel! Enjoy!!
Dear Mary and Jim;
Thanks so much for visiting our Vivian Alexander Gallery and Museum, and for expressing your appreciation of our unique art and taking some with you as you both travel through life. I look forward to tomorrow’s blog and reading your impressions and seeing your images of our Gallery. I will certainly post your pictures and narrative on Facebook, in the eggers section.
Love and kisses,
Alex Caldwell, and Liza Caldwell
The greatest pleasure was ours. And, do correct any errors I’ve made. You are such a gentleman and we tend to rush in to speak during a conversational lull. I think we missed half of what you had to offer. I guess my excitement was evident. We will return someday, you can be sure.
It was very nice meeting you all at the Fraternal Order of the Eagles in Ashland Kentucky….Safe Travels!
Paula and Jenny
Sometimes life throws curveball and for us, it was just what we needed. We’ve only just begun our new chapter and are enjoying sharing your journey.
Thanks for your comment.
I’m glad I found you guys’ blog. We’ve been Thousand Trails members since ’82 and are now finally real close to being full-timers. I look forward to catching up on your journey. We just started our blog so we can share our experiences too.
J & C
Thanks for your comment and welcome to the wonderful world of full-timing RV life. If you are so inclined, there are 3,340 entries in our archives covering our travel events for the last six years. Enjoy and travel safe!
Love the north coast I grew up in Eureka California
Just found your blog doing a Google search. We’re in T or C now, closer to ABQ until mid-June. It looks like you have a lot of good info here.
I hope you find some useful info. Enjoy your travels.
I would love to be able to read your entries, my wife and I recently bought a 2005 Winnebago Voyage 33′ in preparation for more travels and retirement now that our best is empty.
At the bottom of the blog page, there is an archive box that will give you access to the more than 4,500 blog postings. Enjoy your travels!
RVing after retirement is the dream. Did a 12,000 Mike trip in a Malibu in 2015. My travel bug itches every 2 months.
My husband and I love to visit historic places. We were encouraged to stop by the store and try the chicken after visiting the ruins. I’m glad we did! Mr. D is an amazing man and a perfect host! I don’t even like fried chicken or turnip greens, and I ate it all! My husband and I still talk about the food! He’s currently deployed and I couldn’t help but share this with him!
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