I’m an avid, life-long RVer and I met my husband on the Internet in 1997 (before eHarmony or Match.com). He just happened to work for an RV dealer (imagine that) so I thought we may have something in common.

In 2008 I convinced Bob it was time to retire. So, we sold our house and

took our RV on the road full-time. We are enjoying the RVing lifestyle and working as we go to help supplement our retirement.  We adopted two little Chihuahuas, Jesse James & Capt. Jack. They are wonderful traveling companions.

Capt Jack & Jesse James

For three years we worked for AGS Publishing and traveled all over creating guest services guides for RV parks. We met lots of wonderful people in Utah, Nevada, Nebraska, Iowa, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Arkansas.

In October 2011 we decided to switch gears and try working in the south Texas Eagle Ford Shale. So far we are really enjoying it and we are saving a lot of money. With the price of fuel going up, every little bit helps!

Thank you for visiting my blog 😀



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  1. Our minature daschund, Roxie, had a coupple of ruptured disks about 8 years ago and lost the use of her back legs. She was in a wheelchair for several years. I joined a yahoo group called abledogs. The members are very supportive and several are quite knowledgeable about medications and side affects. I also noticed you are very familiar with Mexia. Dr. Ricky Bennett is our vet and helped get Roxie back on her feet so to speak. He’s the best. My husband and I work for the Texas Historical Commission and live in a 38′ 2007 Hitchhiker at their historic site near Mexia. When you are back in the Teague, Mexia area come visit us. We would like to talk with you some more about being gate guards. Thanks for your blog. It is very informative.

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