|DRAGONFLY AT THE PARK'S POND THIS EVENING|
|THIS IS THE VAN WE LOOKED AT THIS MORNING|
|A TINY LITTLE FROG SITTING ON A BOARD IN OUR FRONT YARD POND|
|DAY LILIES ABOVE AND GRAPES ON A VINE BELOW|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( A Love Story::
I will seek and find you . . .I shall take you to bed and have my way with you .I will make you ache, shake & sweat until you moan & groan. I will make you beg for mercy, beg for me to stop. I will exhaust you to the point that you will be relieved when I'm finished with you. And, when I am finished, you will be weak for days. All my love, The Flu.
- What do you call a hen who counts her own eggs? A mathemachicken.
Q: Which way did the thief go when he stole the computer?
The Roadtreks are nice if you can work with them Our Roadtrek clone worked great for us for 7 years. Burt really not a lot of room , hot water , showers etc.... Think a B plus or small class C would work better for what you want to travel in. Good luck.ReplyDelete
Really nothing quite like small town living. I came to Plattsville in 1982 and was hooked.
I was born and raised in Peterborough, a medium size city. In 1975we moved to the Mattawa area with two babies. Despite the relative isolation of raising two little ones in that environment, I never could get comfortable living as a townie again.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos tonight. We never did the public bathroom thing, always used our RV shower etc. Still will in October for 15 nights on the beach, if all goes as planned. The 15 nights was discovered to be my limit and the reason we quit long RV trips. Claustrophobia is my problem, so we stick to the snowbird life with two homes and two 15 night stays in the old yet still works, camper each year.ReplyDelete
It was suggested to me on Sunday night that I take a look at the Tiger Motorhome. That might fit with what you are looking for in a smaller RV and would be smaller than a Class C.ReplyDelete
Whew--that was a close one! :) We too LOVE the look and idea of the smaller Road Treks and Pleasure Way vans but know they would not work for us. We too love the look of the Class B but most of them are not in our RV budget! We are currently looking at short Class A motorhomes which are in short supply!ReplyDelete
The Roadtrek was the first RV we rented when trying to figure out what we needed to be Snowbirds. We soon realized it was far too small for full time RVing. We kept renting up and up till we got to the Georgetown bus we have now. Now I’m thinking it won’t be long before we may want to downsize. If money were no option, I would absolutely love the Unity with the Murphy Bed.ReplyDelete