This week The Villages Pickleball Club hosted eight young, highly ranked “pickleball pro’s” from around the country. Along with eight top-ranked local players (Phil Bagley, Diane Bock, Jodie and Robert Elliott, Deb Harrison, Nancy Nowak, Brian Staub and Lydia Willis) they provided nine hours of exhibition play and two hours of instruction to over 500 residents and guests. … Continue reading →
I have just finished submitting about a dozen campground reviews on the website RVParkReviews. I typically review a RV Park within a day or two of leaving it, but with my new career as a blogger I got behind. But even though we are now maintaining this website, and comment on the places we stay here, I feel obligated to submit reviews to RVParkReviews. … Continue reading →
When we are traveling, particularly on days that we might be driving 200 to 300 miles, we listen to books. They used to be books on tape or CD’s, but now due to the brilliance of the internet and audio downloads we listen to books stored on our iPods attached to our RV’s radio.
I realize that most people expect recipes to have measurements and a list of ingredients. But that is NOT the way I cook. So don’t expect this post on the crock pot vegetarian enchiladas, that has become a stable of our RV travels, to include cups and teaspoons and the like.
We shared exactly what we spent to travel from home to Arizona in January, and what the month of February cost us in Arizona campgrounds. We figured we’d let you know what it cost to get home, and the grand total. … Continue reading →
Yesterday we reflected on how we might change our motor home travel plans in the future. Today we discuss the Top 3 Pickleball Lessons we Learned during our two months of travel. … Continue reading →