Jul 192022

She was America’s flying sweetheart, the girl next door who took to the air. Amelia Earhart was a pioneer, not just in aviation, but in setting an example for generations of women to follow. 70 years after her mysterious disappearance she remains a symbol of the power and perseverance of American women, and the adventurous […]

Fire And Glass

 Posted by at 12:45 am  Nick's Blog
Apr 262016

Note: This story was in the September-October, 2008 issue of the Gypsy Journal. Bruce Breslow banters with his audience as he casually waves a pair of colored glass rods through the 1400 degree flame of a propane heater until the glass begins to melt, then allows it to drool into a graphite mold. With a couple […]

May 182009

The purpose of our visit here to the Kansas City area is to spend some time with Terry’s cousin Carolyn and her husband Mel, two of our favorite people in the world. Mel and Carolyn are completing the final steps to becoming fulltimers, and yesterday they took us to see their Heartland fifth wheel trailer, […]

May 172009

You’ve heard me say many times that our plans are set in Jell-O, and so it was yesterday. We fired up the bus, checked our tire pressures on our PressurePro tire monitor, emptied our holding tank at the dump station at the Meade, Kansas city park, filled up with fresh water, and pulled out about […]