Monthly Archives: March 2018

Now Living In Sticks & Bricks

After our visit with Kerry and Annabelle, we continue our journey ‘home’. Back in California at last, and we take a last desert walk… Well, maybe that’s a desert run! And in Bakersfield, between the raindrops, we gather some oranges … Continue reading

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A Brief Interlude

A Few Days In Prescott On the way back to the ‘home place’ we stop for a visit with Kerry and her dog Annabelle. (Not their real names).  They are good friends now, whom we first met in the dog … Continue reading

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On The Road

We take an early walk this morning.  I take all the bird feeders down.  What seed I have left, I scatter on the ground.  I’ve been getting things picked up and put away for the last few days. Had to … Continue reading

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It’s Almost Time….

To go. Look, the Ocotillo are leafing out! I do feel torn.  I feel it’s about time to leave CLR and I want to head out, at the same time that it hurts to leave this simpler way of living. … Continue reading

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Locked Out…And Locked In!

Once upon a time….actually about a month ago, we returned home from a campfire down at Ruth’s place.  It was a fun evening sitting around the campfire…keeping warm….visiting with friends. About 9pm we returned home, and I went to unlock … Continue reading

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Life (NOT) In The Big City

As you may know, early last year I leased a boondocking site at Cacallo Loco Ranch, a Ranch in the desert for RVers, about 40 miles southwest of Tucson. The road that leads here is sometimes crowded, nobody wants to … Continue reading

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