I am looking for a Doctor, or Is There a Doctor in the house?

The new medicare year has started and we have to “pick” a new Doctor!  Oh! Not all of us do, but some of us lucky ones do if our Doctor has “opted out” of Medicare, or if we are disappointed in the “Customer Service” our present one offers. Many of the Physicians act like weContinue reading “I am looking for a Doctor, or Is There a Doctor in the house?”

You want me to do what????

Am I the only one that noticed this? As a “Peeking over the hill,” female seeking employment find the employment advertisements a tiny bit confusing? The flowery phrases used to describe the kind of work the employer is looking for leaves a lot to be desired. It should not require a 6 paragraph narrative clearlyContinue reading “You want me to do what????”

Ridin’ the rails in Phoenix

Riding the rails in Phoenix, AZ is not only encouraged, it is subsidized.  No, I’m not talking about the railroad, I am talking about the Light Rail.  It runs almost from my front doorstep to downtown Mesa, and there is a rumor that it will expand further into downtown Phoenix. The cost of riding isContinue reading “Ridin’ the rails in Phoenix”


It is really funny that after my long rant about turning 70 and getting stupid, more interesting  things happened that turned out to also be stupid. Checking my replies to my post, I received five from people that wanted me to purchase their “fool-proof” program that will make me rich without even trying, just remitContinue reading “AI, YI YI OH!”

I turned 70 and got stupid!

Yup! Who would have thought that another couple years would make me ineligible for any kind of employment! I retired after 30 years as a Real Estate Agent selling Commercial and Residential Real Estate, fighting to preserve and save my clients money and dignity, in the space of 8 years, I suddenly became unemployable forContinue reading “I turned 70 and got stupid!”

Things I wish I had done

When we first moved to Phoenix, Arizona we lived in apartments.  My husband liked the ground floor because he couldn’t see any reason to carry groceries and laundry up and down stairs.  Okay, I can see that, but the view is better from on the second and third floor and it never flooded on theContinue reading “Things I wish I had done”

Nadar’s Raiders why have you forsaken us?

Nadar’s Raiders why have you forsaken us? Your dream was only to become President of the US We wanted you to shine a light on the manufacturer’s short cuts We needed you to continue making a big fuss Over their huge profit by using lies and such You told us what they used to makeContinue reading “Nadar’s Raiders why have you forsaken us?”

Are General Physician’s becoming obsolete?

Now let’s think about this! When was the last time that you visited your GP and he/she actually examined you? Never! You are untouchable. You are invisible! Medicine is a corporate business; caring personalities do not enter into it, anymore. In and out in 15 minutes or less, (you can’t even get a good burgerContinue reading “Are General Physician’s becoming obsolete?”

Tale of two Shitties!

Yes, that’s right! This is a tale of two customers experience purchasing two cars from the very same dealership. Both times the dealership won, but don’t the always? Don’t forget that Fairy Tale that you hear from the Insurance Companies that you need “Gap Insurance” to “protect” you because as soon as you drive yourContinue reading “Tale of two Shitties!”

Sir Fit the White Knight

Hi, Sir Fit, the White Knight here! Hoping that your year has been good and you are traveling safe and happy! I am taking over for Red Rover as spokesperson for the Colbath’s. Another family fell in love with Red Rover and she has gone off on a new adventure.   No Worries!  It’s all good! Continue reading “Sir Fit the White Knight”

Sights of Ft. Stockton

Annie Riggs Museum Annie Riggs lead a colorful life and bore 10 children to two husbands.  She was born November 24, 1856 near Las Cruces, NM to George & Mary Frazier.  After the Civil War the family moved to Ft. Stockton. In 1877, Annie married James Johnson, who became the first Sheriff of Pecos County;Continue reading “Sights of Ft. Stockton”

Another Great Adventure

We have had many Great Adventures in our lives.  Some turned out better than others, and some were Great Disasters!  But we lived them all and are still living this Greatest Adventure to the fullest. Perhaps some introductions are in order, we are a slightly Over the hill couple in our second childhood.  The reasonContinue reading “Another Great Adventure”

Our home on the Range

When we bought our Motor Home it was going to be for week-end jaunts to flea markets, but, when life sends you Lemons, as a good friend said, you make Lemonade, and so we became full time RV’ers. We bought our 32 foot, 2005 Motor Home in 2009, with only 6000 miles on her odometer;Continue reading “Our home on the Range”

What Workampers want to see in Work Wanted Advertisements?

Employers Listen Up Even though we do want to know all the wonderful things that your park has to offer! What we really want to see is specifically WHERE you are located, what are the hours that you are expecting us to work for trade-off for our site, what is included with the trade-off siteContinue reading “What Workampers want to see in Work Wanted Advertisements?”


Luby’s Fuddruckers Restaurants, LLC 13111 NW Freeway, Suite 600 Houston, TX 77040 Phone: 713.329.6800 To whom it may concern: My Husband and I are full time RV’ers and sometime try new places to eat, however, while in Kerrville, TX we drove through the town and nothing looked inviting to us, however we spotted your FuddruckersContinue reading “Fuddruckers”

Why do people need to lie?

I will never understand why people need to lie.  In my other life I was a Realtor for 30 years, and during that time I sold many homes to many happy people and never had to lie, to make the sale.  If I knew of a defect in the house I would disclose it, asContinue reading “Why do people need to lie?”

And they are always glad you came

Remember the song from the TV show Cheers? That’s what it felt like when we visited our RV friends at Leisure Valley RV Park and Butterfield RV Resort and Observatory was sorry we had to leave. We got lots of hugs, with everyone asking where we were off to this time. When we got toContinue reading “And they are always glad you came”

Big Brother technology is watching out for you Sister

Just when you thought technology was at its apex, along comes the iBag for shopaholics!  That’s right now you can buy a handbag that will stop you from overspending by going on a shopping spree.  It will actually lock so you can’t open it to get your handy dandy credit card and further it willContinue reading “Big Brother technology is watching out for you Sister”

Ah Yes 2013 was a great year.

We spent the winter in North Phoenix RV Park volunteering to be Activity Directors which meant that we did the things that we love to do.  Plan Parties, Pot Lucks, and Theme Dinners and breakfasts.  We must have done it well as people threatened to disable our RV so we couldn’t leave.  We got aContinue reading “Ah Yes 2013 was a great year.”

Working: On the Road

We are Workampers and take jobs as they come, doing jobs that owners of Resorts need done and we work reasonably cheap, considering what employers would have to pay for full-time help with benefits.   Since most of the workampers are also drawing Social Insecurity and have a retirement income, we don’t have to have top dollar for our labors. Continue reading “Working: On the Road”

Gratitude, Gratis, Grateful, Thankful, Thank you

This has been bugging me for a long time! Has gratitude died the same ignoble death as customer service? How long has it been since you felt good about the time and energy that you expended selecting the “just right” gift for someone, paying the expense of mailing it so that it gets to theContinue reading “Gratitude, Gratis, Grateful, Thankful, Thank you”

On The Road Again

After several days of very cold (freezing) weather, we decided to look very close at the weather from Washington State to Central California to determine the best time to make the trip through Grants Pass and the  Siskiyou mountains.  On iGoogle we added cities from Washington to Central California to look at the 5 day weatherContinue reading “On The Road Again”

To Lie or Tell the Truth!

The older generation was taught to tell the truth.  Remember the admonishment in court “the Truth and nothing but the Truth”? Well, recently we have begun a new career as “Workampers”.  We travel around in our Motorhome and take jobs that pay for our site and  sometimes a little more, which supplements our Social Insecurity.Continue reading “To Lie or Tell the Truth!”

Adventure of Sleeping in a Motorhome

Adventure of Sleeping in a Motorhome   The bed was the biggest adventure!! We were sleeping in a California King with a 2 inch Memory Foam topper and were going to have to get used to the expanded Queen size bed in the Motorhome. Since Shirl couldn’t or wouldn’t shrink to fit, and refused toContinue reading “Adventure of Sleeping in a Motorhome”

Getting Ready for the Road

One of the first things that we did was to scan the drawing of the floor plan from a Coachmen brochure and enlarge and split it for two pages front and back. Then we measured all of the compartment for storage in the under locking storage bins, and all the cupboards, drawers, under the couch,Continue reading “Getting Ready for the Road”

Another Great Adventure

We have had many Great Adventures in our lives.  Some turned out better than others, and some were Great Disasters!  But we lived them all and are still living this Greatest Adventure to the fullest. Perhaps some introductions are in order, we are a slightly Over the hill couple in our second childhood.  The reasonContinue reading “Another Great Adventure”