This part of my family's past is very hard for me to write about. I guess I am afraid I run the risk of having people read this story and think I am crazy......Read More
We all have life defining moments, a moment that changes us and helps to make us who we are.. It may be for good, or for bad. We said yes to something when we should have said no. We stopped when we should have gone. We sat when we should have gotten up. Sometimes we run away from them. This is about one of those moments that happened to me. It was a moment in time when I got up.
You may choose not to believe what you read here, that is up to you. I will tell you this. It happened just the way I have written it.
We were fish out of water living in a small town....Read More
I feel the uge to post more of my Rules for Owning a Motor Coach, number 4, truisms.Read More
I believe I mentioned in my last entry that Diane and I retired last month after selling our business. We are turning a new page in our lives...Read More
I was a born Navy brat in a Naval Hospital. I spent my first few years in Navy housing, and quite a few living in a Navy community. Most of my friends were Navy brats.Read More
As of last night there is a definite connection between being a coach owner and what happened twenty five years ago. Twenty five years ago the 24th of this month to be exact.Read More
I think we should go back to having some fun. Derrick's rules for owning a motor coach, especially number four, are just that.Read More
This is our story. Why Diane and I choose to make this place our home.Read More
Well Mikey, my dear friend, I made it to retirement. I don't think I could have done it without you even though you have been gone for six years.Read More