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Bye CA, Hello OR

We arrived in California last December 21st and left on May 21st — five months in the state. Although it was all fun and loved being with family and seeing the sights, I sure don’t miss the traffic and the smog and the crowds. Oregon reminds me of the way it was last August when… Read more »

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Santa Cruz/Monterey Area

So much to write about, I hardly know where to begin. I guess the logical place to start is our arrival in this neck of the woods. We stayed at an RV park in Watsonville, about halfway between Santa Cruz and Monterey. We started out with our “work” before we could play. It was time… Read more »

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Paso Robles — The New Wine Country

Oh, I have so much to share! We have had Internet challenges this week with limited WiFi so I will have to break this up into a couple of posts to keep it from getting too long and because I have so many photos this time. First off I have to tell you that Paso… Read more »

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Kean Goes Home

Kean has returned to his roots here at Port Hueneme, CA. He lived here three times in the past. The first is not pictured above because although he could find the street, his was too young to remember the exact house. The first two above he lived in at different times and they were right… Read more »

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It’s Family Time

And here is the entire west coast family. We all gathered to take Kean’s Mom, Grete, out for dinner on her 81st birthday. We had a fabulous time and it was great to have everyone together. I know his Mom enjoyed it. We did this while we were staying in Indio. It was our second… Read more »

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Living The Good Life

Sorry it’s been so long but we have been busy. We arrived in Indio CA on December 21st to our home for a month. We are staying at the Motorcoach Country Club and it is as wonderful as it sounds. It is a community of lots owned by individuals that can either leave them undeveloped… Read more »

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Beautiful Country Out Here

  We are almost across. We left Louisiana and took three days to get across the huge state of Texas. First night was in Beaumont and then Schulenburg. I had never heard of Schulenburg but was pleasantly surprised by what we found. Schulenburg TX is designated “Home of the Painted Churches”. After we got set… Read more »