posts from category: America Travels

A Postcard from the Central Coast

15 minutes ago, I was busy composing blogs in my head and thought to myself, “Gee.  I should write a blog.”  So I unplugged my machine and brought it to bed with me so I could pontificate from the pillow.  … Keep Reading…

Bruises in Borrego

It’s hard to believe that we have been on the road a full week and a day.  Time is an amazing thing.  It seems to slip by slowing only to speed by at the same time.  What is that phenom … Keep Reading…

Rayman Turns the Big Seven-0

Rayman has his birthday and he has a cold which rendered him inaudible for most of the dinner party last night.  A squeak here.  A squeak there. Most of us have encountered a cold or flu while traveling.  It is … Keep Reading…

Flying High

So, I’m currently cruising at 30,000 feel looking down on Mt. Shasta.  Quite a sight, that lady.  Are mountains men or women?  Montana.  Mont.  Not sure.  However, this mount seems like a lady to me. A few thoughts have flitted … Keep Reading…

Family Doings

  So much time has passed since we last chatted. Here’s a quick synopsis.  We have driven most of the neighborhoods of Portland.  It’s quite a place. We have family and friends here and have been busy doing all things … Keep Reading…

Dating at Costco

As we sit here watching the hurricane coverage, I have to say we had a great day today. Let me recap by starting with yesterday.  The highlight of the day was our visit to Costco in Kennewick, WA.  We went … Keep Reading…