It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Monday, July 30, 2012

Helpful Links

Our Location Today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.
After breakfast this morning we took a few moments to check our computers and then head out the door by 9:30. Kathy had a Doctor’s appointment to get the results of tests she had at the end of June before our last trip. The results came back good except that her Vitamin D is low. Vitamin D is found in many foods such as meat, fish and vegetables & mushrooms. It is also given to us through the rays of sunlight that we absorb through our skin. Vitamin D also helps in the fight of many cancers and other diseases that we are hearing way too much of these days. Since Kathy also has an allergy to direct Sunlight she must limit her time outside and tends to be more selective of her activities.
Back home we returned to the computers again catching up and noting how tired we seem to be since we arrived home. Many of you who have home bases or are part-time RVers such as Kathy and I will probably note you feel the same way. The reason is because when on the road we tend to be more active by walking, cycling or even swimming more often. That activity is called exercise which is something many of us fail to keep up when at home and a simple glance at our waistlines will verify that. That prognosis alone would want to encourage many of us to spend as much time on the road or away from home as we can afford.
Most of us make comments on other blog sites. We comment on pictures, someone’s health, loss of a family member, friend or pet. Many times when I comment on someone else’s blog I try to give helping advice with repairs or money saving advice for RVing. On our sidebar for some time we have had Commercial Sites for RVers and Special Interest Links.
The other day while reading Gypsy Journal RV Travel Newspaper written by Nick and Terry Russell he wrote about 10 Websites You Can Use. He explained that more each day many of us use the computer for communications, banking, seeing the news, weather reports, marketing and of course blogging. The 10 websites he showed touched on the law pertaining to concealed weapons, to volunteering your time on the road, to checking the speed of your computer, to My Favorite “Saving Money”.
Kathy and I checked out each of these sites and thought that they could be a useful tool to anyone with an RV because they can “Save Money”. A Big Thanks for finding these sites definitely goes out to Nick and Terry but you can now reference any of these links in the Special Interest Links section of our sidebar .
The sites added are RV Park Reviews so you can hear what other people have to say about RV parks. Many casinos now offer free or reduced rate camping on site with security and great buffets at Casino Camper. Free Campsites is just that and it covers city parks to BLM and more in the U.S. and Canada. Corps Lakes Gateway covers camping around lakes developed by the military. Saving money on repairs, fuel and injuries is good to know so Low Bridges is very important. If you are looking to sell or buy an RV in the U.S. it is good to know the current blue book value which you will find on NADA RV Values. Lastly somewhere down the road we all have problems that we can’t handle on our own so the way to find a reliable repair shop is RV Service Reviews.
Finally Kathy and I would like to welcome Barbara from the blog Me and My Dog as a new follower to our post. We’ve been following Barbara and Katie for quite some time back in Quartzsite before the medical emergency to the present getting back together with friends she made at that time. Again Thank You Barbara for following our blog.
It just seemed like yesterday that we returned from our last adventure but it has been 4 days which means that Kathy and I leave on our weekend adventure in 4 days. Thanks for following our adventures. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.

PS: All todays pictures were taken
in the Thermopolis,Wyoming area.

You might be a Redneck if

Any of your children were conceived in a bass boat.


  1. Thanks for all the great tips and websites. I am off to read more. Glad to hear Kathy is okay and her medical results were so positive. Have fun on your next travels.

  2. Great blog and thanks for sharing all the links. I was pleased to see the states visited one especially. I'm forever hunting for it when I need to update now I can just pop over here...maybe that's why I'm so sluggish when home ...lack of exercise!!!!!

  3. Thanks for sharing the helpful links in an easy to access way. Enjoy your weekend trip!