Monthly Archives: November 2015

The Clam

Have you heard of The Clam? It’s a screen room that sets up in 45 seconds. Really easy. And you can buy panels to go over the screens to keep out the wind or sun or rain. I’ve been thinking … Continue reading

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Tire Update, and such

We pack up, hook up, say good-bye to really nice neighbors on both sides, and roll on down the road to American Custom Tire And Wheel on Main Street.  They direct us into ‘Bay 4’ and in less than 5 … Continue reading

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The Big “Q”

The flies drove us from Painted Rock Petroglyph Campground!  I really like it there and would like to go back, perhaps when it’s cooler and the flies aren’t so busy buzzing! I consider a few destinations and end up choosing … Continue reading

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Thankfulness

Ahhh….time to sit quietly and contemplate the beauty of the Arizona desert.  Harsh, but green and growing.  Dry and hard, yet so full of life.  Picky and scratchy, with such soothing colors.  Flat, with mountains all around. I couldn’t deal … Continue reading

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Pictures In The Rocks

So much to say… I’ll start by telling you I’m happy with the new mods. Probably my favorite done by Konrad is the double step. My hip joints are already feeling much better thank you. The TV is now hanging … Continue reading

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Surprise!

Yes, here we are in Surprise, Arizona. It’s one of the many suburbs of Phoenix, with endless shopping malls and strips, that run into the next burb, in all directions. It also has endless, huge RV resorts where snowbirds come … Continue reading

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Mods, Maintenance, And More Sight Seeing

Sunday morning, November 8, we head south 22 miles to Camp Verde. That’s the home of “Little House Customs, Arizona”. (“Little House” for “Casita”.) I made an appointment with Konrad about a month ago to have some work done on … Continue reading

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