Last Day In Yuma

 Posted by at 2:21 am  Nick's Blog
Feb 232014

We’ve enjoyed our three weeks here in the Yuma Foothills and really appreciate the hospitality of our hosts, Charles and Chris Yust, owners of C&C Marketing and insurance. We’ve had time to rest and relax, to get some work done, and to get to know Charles and Chris better. It’s been fun, but it’s about time to move on. Tomorrow it’s time to get back on the road again.

I spent most of the day formatting a new book project, while Terry was busy making us all an amazing dinner of her delicious pizza. I always like watching somebody’s face when they take their first bite of Terry’s pizza. They go from surprise to amazement to sheer ecstasy as the combination of perfect crust, carefully blended sauce, four different cheeses, and quality toppings bring their taste buds to new sensory levels they have never experienced before. Yeah, it’s that good.

The look on Chris’ face was priceless, and Charles, who is normally quiet by nature, was full of compliments. Chris said it was the best pizza she had ever tasted anywhere, and I had to rub it in and remind her that I get to eat this way all the time. Like I said the other day, I’ll never be a thin man.

After dinner I sent out the link to the new digital issue of the Gypsy Journal to our subscribers. Our digital subscription list is growing every month as more and more fulltimers discover the benefits of getting their paper faster without having to wait for the mailman, and that they can save the paper for future reference without taking up space or adding weight to their RV. And they save money too! It’s a win-win situation.

I have to share this photo that my friend Colleen (Jynx) Baker took in Florida. She said she was amazed to see a fellow pedaling this fourteen wheel contraption. It sure looks like it would take some effort to get that thing moving!

Fourteen wheeler

Today Daryl and Cheri Lawrence from Lawrence RV Accessories are having a cookout for us, Charles, and Chris. Did you notice that food seems to be a popular theme among RVers? Fulltimers from coast to coast seem to spend a lot of time visiting over meals. That’s just one more thing to love about this lifestyle.

Today is your last chance to enter this week’s Free Drawing for an audiobook version of Big Lake Lynching, the second book in my Big Lake mystery series. All you have to do is click on the Free Drawing link and enter your name in the comments section at the bottom of that page (not this one). Only one entry per person per drawing please, and you must enter with your real name. To prevent spam or multiple entries, the names of cartoon or movie characters are not allowed. The winner will be drawn this evening.

Big Lake Lyinching Audio cover 

Thought For The Day – I have officially resigned from adulthood. All future decisions will be made by the eenie-meeni-mini-moe method and all arguments will be settled by sticking my tongue out. If you need further information, see me at recess.

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  4 Responses to “Last Day In Yuma”

  1. Can I order a pizza from Miss Terri? Delivered, of course.

  2. Our mouths water every time you post a picture or mention Terry’s pizza. That is one heck of a bike, I cannot see pedaling a regular bike let alone something like this monster. Travel safe my friends and remember someone in Hondo loves the two of you, even though it has been ages since we have seen the two of you

  3. that bike looks like a homeless camp on wheels.

  4. So you mention Miss Terry’s home made pizza twice lately and no recipe in her kitchen tab. That would be a nice addition unless it is a family secret.

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