It's about time.

Many of you can relate to 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" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Sunday, July 12, 2020

Why Bloggers Are Struggling, and “The Son Of Sam”.

Our Location today is at Windsor, Ontario.
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We definitely need to get more active as this is taking away our drive to do more. The most intense thing I’ve accomplished over the last few days is to write our Blog and from what I have been reading we are not alone. It seems that many of the RV Bloggers are facing the same issues of trying to find something of interest to mention which is harder to do when you are not travelling. We tend to go through the motions with only a slight variance of the day before.

We then have to remind ourselves that our Blogs are our Diaries, Ledgers or Logs that we will be able to look back upon some time in the future as a way of remembering what we have done. Unlike what many believe RVing is not always Fun and Games or one adventure after another it is real life. Real Life has its ups and downs, its good and bad, its joys and its tears.
These little Clouds darkened the sky later in the day.
The big problem right now is the results of the Coronavirus. Lots of people actually think it’s a Hoax, then why are there states having to bring in Refrigerated Trucks to store Bodies because their Morgues are at capacity or setting up Covid Compounds in Arenas or Stadiums to take the pressure out of the Hospitals, When people were Self Isolating, Wearing Masks and Social Distancing the number of cases were starting to go down but now that things are reopening while not following Guidelines set forth by the CDC cases and deaths are again Skyrocketing. International Borders are presently closed against the wishes of the US President but our percentages of Cases per Capita are far lower. Most Canadian RVers are looking forward to heading south again for the Winter but now believe Travel Restrictions will not allow that from happening for sometime. That means those that are Fulltime RVers will be scrambling to find places to brave our Canadian Winters because staying in their RVs is not a practical solution.
For lunch we had Chicken and Rice Soup along with a dessert plate of Fruit as well as a Chocolate Covered Croissant.

Even with moderate temperatures outside the Clouds looked ominous enough that we spent the afternoon working at our Computers.
When the 6 o’clock Local News was again preempted by a Golf Tournament we cooked up some Lou’s Kitchen Spare Ribs with sauteed Asparagus for supper along with a dessert plate of Cookies and a Chocolate Pudding Cup.

Without any movies that interested us this evening we started watching “Forensic Files”. They do amazing work at solving crimes with the use of Science. Before we knew it “Really Scary People” narrated by Mark Wahlberg was on. Since both Kathy and I are amateur detectives trying to solve mysteries this really interested us. Tonight the case was the “The Son Of Sam”. Even though this happened during our lifetimes we still learned a lot about the case over the Two Hour Program.

We managed to see the 11 o’clock Local News which actually a compressed version of our News from London. We’ve committed ourselves to being more active tomorrow. Wish us luck. Thank you for following along and feel free to leave a comment.
Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.

Words of Inspiration

If I have seen further than others it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants.

Sir Isaac Newton, Scientist and Mathematician.


  1. I admire you both for putting out a daily blog that as a blogger myself know how hard that is to do in particular when I am not going anywhere or doing anything of substance.

    I am not a daily blogger even in the best of times, therefore, one or two posts per week will have to do.

    I still can not believe how many people with all the evidence out there still believe Covid-19 is a "hoax". I would expect that from third world countries but not first world ones.

  2. One thing for certain it isn't a hoax... and yes there are challenges for all of us full timers and bloggers alike!

  3. Us full-timers expected challenges but an epidemic like Covid wasn't something any of us considered. Would it have made a difference for us? Not likely only because our options were limited but I wonder about others when they made that decision.

  4. Good point made re bloggers and blogging. Also about if we will be allowed to travel to the US for the winter and of course in my case to Mexico. I wonder if some have areal dry made their decision of staying or going if they can?

  5. I would also worry about having out of province medical coverage?

  6. We are hanging out at our cabin on the Montreal River. I hear our home county is going to level 3.