In an attempt to give Kerri some time to actually work without me distracting her, I got out to visit the Colorado Railroad Museum just 2 miles away from the RV park. These are the little things that I would not normally do, but for when I have all the extra time this week. After paying the $10 admission I was advised to check out the model train down the stairs … Continue reading Colorado Railroad Museum
I normally do not plan too far ahead, as I know my plans will invariably change, but Kerri’s work schedule requires a little more premeditation in the strategy department. Adding to the need is the desire to meet up with some of the Airstream convoy also making the foray into Alaska for the summer. Because of the increase in need I have a rough plan stretching as far out as the end of this calendar year (and a little into the next if I must be 100% honest). It is only 8000 miles…
You can see the entire plan at RoadTrippers.com
The past days have been spent finalizing the errands that brought me to Longmont to begin with, the largest of which was getting the ol’ Datsun repaired so Timmy had a vehicle to
wreck drive for the summer. The Datsun was finally completed on Friday, just a single day before our scheduled departure North. We thought we were free to re-start our adventures…
Way back in February while boondocking outside of Ajo, Arizona Kerri and I ate dinner at the 100 Estrella Restaurant (pretty much the only restaurant in Ajo worthy of more than a single star). There, along with our food, she ordered a “Nitro” Milk Stout from the bar which went down something akin to drinking a beer-milkshake; smooth, creamy, and oh so refreshing.
There was a time when I would mow a lawn each week, grab my $7 payment and ride my BMX bike to the nearest arcade and blow every last hard earned quarter on Galaga or Space Invaders. Over the years, my tastes developed to include pinball. In my late teens PC games became my thing and even now it is not only my preference for gaming, it is also my livelihood.