Don’t worry, we are still on the road, but Our Beloved Home and Ride is FOR SALE! This Vintage Gem has been lovingly maintained and gently upgraded, updated and enhanced for 6 years. It pretty much ALL works…drive it away and use it today! $30,000 OBO — we want this bus in the
As we may have mentioned to at least some of you, we are considering the purchase of a new bus. Well, “The Bus” (as we shall refer to it in this article, not to be confused with “Our Bus,” RV WHERE YET) is a 1986 Bluebird (specifically a PT-40) version, which is certainly newER than
Leaving Iowa we had several weeks to wind our way to New Mexico, and our lives have returned to what we enjoy: few plans, no schedule and lots of Happy Accidents! Happy Accident #1: We keep in touch with lots of people on the road, and our first stop, requiring only a slight bend in
Several pretty significant and life changing events occurred (or didn’t occur or nearly didn’t occur) in the past few weeks, but our PLANS all along were to spend some time in Iowa, on the Florer Farm. It was CORN SEASON, after all, and Bluebirdbrain friends, the Florers grow the best Sweet Corn EVER!!! We have
A few more thoughts, before we leave that phase of our life behind… We spent most of May and June in Chicago, cleaning out our home of 30 years in preparation for the close. AND visiting friends and restaurants and etc… Our neighbors helped us with gaining a spot on the street, which entailed almost
Most of our time in Chicago has been spent gradually peeling the onion – removing all the layers that accumulate over the years, down to just what is imPOtent. Liz and I made a pact with each other that we were NOT going to keep things with mere “minor” sentimental value, which is almost everything.
So….Our time in California came to an end approximately the same time that Chet’s basketball season came to an end. More on the latter in a minute – first we had to escape California. That presented TWO challenges…the price of fuel and the route to take. FORTUNATELY, RV WHERE YET has a BIG fuel tank
But, not the way you might be thinking!!! As we have disclosed before, Liz and I have decided that the experiment IS over – we are happy on the road, and don’t need most of our assets tied up in a 100+ year old maintenance pit in Chicago. Our place was listed just B4 Thanksgiving,
We spent some fabulous time in Texas, as disclosed in our last post. I probably owe Texas at least a little bit more press, so here we go! OK. There is nothing more to report!! Well, maybe a little… We enjoyed the weather, our neighbors and new friends (Steve and Debbie) and time with old
As we were getting ready to leave Sin City, we had a little adventure we’d just as soon NOT repeat. EVER. For a couple evenings, I had been hearing a sort of “scratching” noise, but could not identify a source. And it was windy most days, so the sound COULD HAVE BEEN something rustling outside.