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San Francisco

I left my heart in San Francisco, a lot of my money and almost my life. We just had to do it. We had to see Chinatown, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Fisherman’s Wharf. We just couldn’t be this close and pass right by all the usual tourists haunts. The boss and I headed north from […]

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Pismo Beach, CA

Cow-a-Bunga surf dudes and dudettes, the surf is up! There are 6 foot swells breaking right to left at Pismo Beach in sunny Southern California and we’re here. In all of our travels this is our first Southern California beach and it’s pretty awesome. It’s a tourist town to the max with eating places, curio […]

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Smith & Wesson .44 magnum Rental Gun Fun

I’ve owned many guns in the past, both handguns and long guns, but I’ve always bought and sold them, usually at a loss… It never occurred to me to just go rent a handgun that I might want to shoot. Since we’re full time RVing now, I can’t really carry a 1000# gun safe in […]

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Sedona – God’s Rock Garden

God doesn’t make trash and regardless of who you are, there are some places in the world that the natural beauty of Gods handiwork can’t help but amaze you. One of these places is Sedona, Arizona. The boss and I had been making our way west from Texas towards California to fulfill a promise we […]

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Jericho’s Road

Set in the 1880’s in the State of Texas, the war of northern aggression is concluded, a rough period of Union Army supervised reconstruction is over and outlaws are running amok in the lesser populated areas of the State. Rating: A Author: Elmer Kelton Book: Jericho’s Road Genre: Western Private Andy Prichard, company B, Texas […]

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New Mexico is Breathtaking!

We have arrived and it’s so beautiful here. It’s much prettier than we expected it to be. The view from Santa Rosa state park is amazing, but the Power Dam Falls is the place to go to listen to the water. Check it out… Lynn Dale We also toured the Route 66 Auto Museum in […]

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The GOOD NEWS… a Different Kind of Media

Join us this month as we share not only all of the GOOD things we found, but also as we look back at the last year of mourning. We’ve got some great SUMMER Menu ideas, a movie review, a book review and lots of GOOD lagniappe. CLICK HERE to read the magazine or feel free […]

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The Widow

Love is a powerful emotion, but would you venture out to a third world country and fight an armed militia? And would you do it solely based on a slight hunch that your loving husband who is presumed dead from a plane crash may still be alive? Rating:         B++ Audience:     Mature adolescents to adulthood. Genre:           […]

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Mark Twain Roughing It

This modern depiction is a hoot! Anyone who read Mark Twain’s work and liked it will find this little mini-series (three hours) a delightful comedy. Rating A Audience: 13+ Genre: Action/Comedy Now Showing: On Amazon Prime It begins with Sam Clemons aka: Mark Twain, James Garner putting on his Sunday best suit to go make […]

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TEXAS Rising

Rating A++ Audience: Mature Audiences Only Genre: Historical Drama Now Showing: On Amazon Prime Texas Rising is a rip roaring historical drama that details life in 1836 Texas, from the fall of The Alamo to the election of Sam Houston as president of the Republic of Texas. Watch the promo here… The late Bill Paxton […]

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