Lesson Learned

 Posted by at 12:30 am  Nick's Blog
Oct 142023
 

Since we moved here in January we have found a couple of good Mexican restaurants, two good Chinese places, two seafood places we enjoy, and on Thursday we found a good Chinese buffet not too far away in Columbus, Mississippi. But we still hadn’t had much luck finding good pizza. Yesterday we checked out Broadway […]

Q&A

 Posted by at 12:45 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 122023
 

I’m back with more questions from blog readers about RVing, my writing activities, what’s happening in our lives since we hung up the keys, and all kinds of other things. While I try to answer all questions individually, I also share some here occasionally. Q. I know you guys sold your bus a long time […]

Jun 112023
 

While we were in Tuscaloosa a couple of days ago, we stopped at PetSmart to pick up a couple of things, one of them an identification tag for Alli. They have a neat machine there called TagWorks, where you purchase a blank ID tag from several different styles, colors, and sizes to choose from. Once […]

Jun 092023
 

Sometimes when people come to me for advice, I have to burst their bubble, as much as I hate to. Such was the case the other day when a neighbor stopped by to tell me about a book of poetry he had self-published a couple of years ago, asking me how he could get people […]

Jun 082023
 

I wish I had a lot of interesting things to share with you in today’s blog, but I don’t. Much of yesterday was spent researching and working on my new book project, Big Lake Assault. I managed to complete the fourth chapter, and when I get one more done, I will print them out for […]

Apr 152021
 

We have found many interesting stories while exploring old cemeteries in our travels around the country. So many, in fact, that I  created a seminar that I presented at RV rallies called Cemetery Stories. Some of them have been heart-wrenching, some were actually funny, and some were downright bizarre. This is one such story of […]

Cape Cod

 Posted by at 12:50 am  Nick's Blog
Jun 192018
 

Mention Cape Cod to anybody who has never been there, and the image that comes to mind is probably one of scenic back roads leading to miles of pristine beaches, with the occasional picturesque small village along the way. At least that’s what I imagined. The reality is more like bumper to bumper traffic, people […]