Riders on the Storm

A better title would be, “Not Riding in the Storm.” A conveyor belt of severe storms continues to roll across Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and northwest Florida. The storms started last week. Every three days, another storm roars across the southeast. … Continue reading

Go West, Young Man, Go West

Leaving to head out west in the RV for several months is making me feel both excited and apprehensive. I really don’t know where I am going or how long I will be gone. My general plan is to head … Continue reading

The Natchez Trace National Parkway – Synchronicity

The Natchez Trace National Parkway is the most pleasant and peaceful road I’ve driven. There are no billboards, no trucks, very little traffic, and the speed limit is only 50 mph. The Trace is a 440 mile forest lined road … Continue reading

Back Roads in America

“Thanks to the Interstate Highway System, it is now possible to travel across the country from coast to coast without seeing anything.” – Charles Kuralt. Driving over 800 miles last week from St. Petersburg to Vicksburg Mississippi, only 27 of … Continue reading

Like Flour for Sand

Most of my life I’ve lived just a few miles away from Florida beaches. Never have I felt or seen sand quite like the sand on Carrabelle Beach. The texture of the sand was so fine I felt as if I … Continue reading