Cowboys and Bus Mechanics

Click here for the Thought Of The Day… Leaving Casper, we headed towards the Tetons and our appointment with George, the Bluebird’s Previous owner. We wanted to tell him how much we were enjoying the bus…that it was proving reliable and comfortable. Let him know his generosity is in no small part responsible for the

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Our Eclipse-Destiny

We made it to Casper and the fairgrounds, where the Bluebird Rally was situated. Ultimately, there were 88 Bluebirds of all types and generations there. I think ours was the oldest…and the shortest. The latter caused us to be “relegated” to an area behind the livestock barns. Only 5 “short” spots there. Our first thought

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Wandering not-quite-aimlessly

On the way to our Eclipse-destiny, we made several significant stops. First, Ogallala, Nebraska. There we visited the Kingsley Dam, which my grandfather help to construct in the 1930’s. My father tells tales of youth there, including attending a one-room school in about 1939. Mom tells tales of Dad’s all-over-sunburn. OUCH. Anyway, at the Visitor’s

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(Continuing) Westward-ho

From Monroe we spent a few days in Minneapolis. There, we visited family, and helped Mom with some stuff. Helping Mom involved mostly moving furniture and re-jiggering her tech. She moved to a senior community which was EXACTLY across the parking lot from a major Computer and electronics retailer. Microcenter’s manager gave us permission to

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Home vs. Home-Away-From-Home…

  Our “Home away from Home” has become our home. So that means our home in Chicago is our ???    We need a name; help us out!     Well, for sure it is where we have a lot of friends…and we swung thru to enjoy our Block Party with many. This included parking

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