Murals, Memories, a Museum, and More in Missouri

June 26, 2018 (by Angela) It was a marvelous third weekend of adventure in our Missouri home on the roam. The weather finally decided to act more like late spring or early summer, so being out and about was pleasant. Jim and I started our weekend escapade with brunch Friday morning at a really good…

Beauty and Bounty of the Northern Missouri Ozarks

June 20, 2018 (by Angela) Over the course of the last week, Jim, Chewie, and I have experienced the natural beauty and the bountiful seasonal harvests of the area in which we are living this month. We started our 2nd weekend of exploring the northern Ozarks by visiting Maramec Spring Park, which is only a…

A Month in Southern Illinois

May 27, 2018 (by Angela) Jim, Chewie, and I are six days away from calling it a wrap in Southern Illinois – at least for now. Actually, with Jim on his way tomorrow to the Northeast for work this week, he pretty well has wrapped up his time here. He gets home Friday; we move…

Unfortunate Things Still Happen While on the Road

March 29, 2018 (by Angela) Yes, it’s been a bit since we’ve written a post. No, more rain is not the unfortunate things to which I am referring, though when one wants to be out and about exploring, too much rain is unfortunate. After leaving Wet Texas and spending a sunny week in Comfort, Texas, Jim…

History Old, History New

By Jimmy (March 4, 2018) While at Gun Barrel City, we did get a day of sunshine (Feb 25) that allowed us the ability to take a trip. Angela and I decided to travel to Waco as there were a couple of historical sites of interest to visit. History Old – The first site we went…

Why I love to Travel

  Feb 14, 2018 (by Jimmy) I love to travel.  Whether Domestically: or Internationally: No mater the activity: The reason I enjoy travelling so much is that I see beauty everywhere I go. I love you, honey. Happy Valentines Day…

Visiting Family in Japan was Awesome!

January 29, 2018 (by Angela) We’re back. Man, oh, man, what an adventure! First and foremost, this trip was about seeing our daughter, son-in-law, and two grands, Sammy and Abby. When the family is at a military base half-way around the world for at least three years, it is so hard not to see them…