Saturday, October 12, 2013

What's happening now?

Not much been happening lately except work.  I started a part time job (more on that in a later post) which has turned into quite a bit of time, which is good since my new-used motor home is still in the shop waiting on a part to fix the generator.  It seems that when I bought it, it was to hot to do the inside work I wanted to do without air conditioning and the generator wasn't working right so I thought it best to get it fixed first. Now that it has turned cooler, I don't need the air conditioning as much as I need the money to do other work on it, but they tell me that it should be ready next week and it will be ready for next summer when it's hot.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

The Journey Begins

After finally moving to the beach at age 59, I now find myself back in Kentucky at age 66.  Not wanting to be separated from the beach for any period of time, I have been looking (for many years) a way to spend as much time on the beach as I can and it looks like for now living there full time is out of the question.

So what do I do now?

I know I'll buy me a used RV, spend some time fixing it up and hit the road every chance I get.  Have I ever owned an RV before?  No!  Do I know anything about fixing up a used RV?  No!  Will that stop me?

Here it is, a 1994 Winnebago Brave, so The Journey Begins. 

Sunday, June 30, 2013

True, True

I am no longer "On The Beach", I have made a temporary move to Southern Kentucky to assist my mother.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Long Breakfast

That had to be the longest breakfast on record, but it was good.....

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Sat morning

Time to go up and fix me some breakfast

Thursday, July 15, 2010

As I sit here and look at the wonder of the sea, I realize how little control we have. At least we have the ability to control our day to day life, if we don't give it to others and at some point God will take that from us.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Hollywood Beach

Not everyday starts like this, but enough to make it worth living here.