Getting Settled in Tennessee

Getting Settled in Tennessee

After spending 2 weeks hanging out at my parents home in Pennsylvania, we decided it was time to head out.  We had a great time at my parents.  They live in the middle of a 200 acre farmstead.  The worse part about leaving was having to navigate the driveway.  The...
Catching Up On Kentucky

Catching Up On Kentucky

The mobile palace is parked about 30 yards from my parents dream retirement home in Pennsylvania.  My parents live in the middle of a 220 acre family farm, and the house is built on the foundation of the barn.  Every morning I look out and see rows of crops waiting to...
RV tour thorough Kentucky.

RV tour thorough Kentucky.

That is us parked at the birth place of Abraham Lincoln. It is our second National Park visit in the fine state of Kentucky. We ran out of time today at our campground in Cave City.  We really liked the area. The rolling hill,  the trees slowly changing color, and the...
Sink Holes, Corvettes, and Chicken?

Sink Holes, Corvettes, and Chicken?

Tracy reported that we needed to get out of the house.  Not just me.  All of us.  It is easy to start feeling insular.  We live, work, dream, sleep, and eat in under 400 square feet.  After a while it is time to put the computers away, pack up the school books, finish...
Looking Forward In Kentucky

Looking Forward In Kentucky

Week 1 in Kentucky has come to a close.  3 more weeks and we have to head somewhere else!  My daily focus has changed pretty radically.  I spend most of my day looking for jobs that I think I can be excited about, and I of course want a job that I can bring value too....

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