You can learn a lot by watching a better pickleball player. In fact one of the many things we learned when playing with Sarah and Linh over their recent visit, was how to be a better person when you are the better player. … Continue reading →
If you are planning a trip to Yellowstone this summer permit me to suggest another destination just under 4 hours away, about 200 miles from the southern park entrance…a little town called Thermopolis, WY.
If you are in or passing through Central Florida, you might want to plan a trip to visit the Gypsy Vanner Horses at Gypsy Gold Farm in Ocala. A 30 minute drive from our home, we first visited the farm just a few months ago when we were looking for something to do outside of “the bubble” (aka The Villages). … Continue reading →
Last summer we spent five weeks in Europe. Our first stop was Ireland, and friends traveling with us purchased postcards to send home to mom. The postcards remained in their suitcases through Barcelona, Athens and two Greek islands…finally finding their way to a Post Office in Amsterdam four weeks later. Had they had my favorite new app, Postino, they would have been mailed home much more quickly and easily. … Continue reading →
After spending the last week with Sarah Ansboury, Denise and I can report that she is not only an accomplished player, and nice person, but an exceptional pickleball instructor. And we are pleased to report that Sarah has agreed to be a weekly contributor to RVPickler. … Continue reading →
Hi, Denise here. My story begins 35 years ago, when I injured my shoulder playing racquetball. Specifically I tore a portion of my rotator cuff that should stabilize the shoulder. It wasn’t bad enough to require surgery, but still caused pain when I moved a certain way. I did some physical therapy to strengthen the area, but gave up racquetball and tennis to avoid continued injury. … Continue reading →