Chasing Good Weather

November 13, 2009
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Chasing Good Weather

We sold our 4000 sq ft house, paid off our debts, and hit the open road. We converted our Chrysler 300M to E85, and are pulling a 14' T@B trailer. Join us for our odyssey.

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Welcome to My Twitterverse

June 6, 2009
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Welcome to My Twitterverse

This post has been brewing in my mind since early March. Had I written it then it would read very differently than it will today, or even yesterday or tomorrow. You see, my Twitterverse is fluid, ever changing. At times fun is abundant, with cleverness the most valued attribute. Other days are about sharing...

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A Tale of Four Cities

May 24, 2009
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A Tale of Four Cities

Now that all the excitement of disease, death, and urine samples is behind us, it’s time to get back to the real purpose of this blog – FUN! We have a lot of catching up to do, so we had better get started. As I mentioned previously, we left the Keys, and headed over...

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I’m the Boss of Me!

May 14, 2009
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Where do I start? I suppose, I’ll begin with the good news, then backtrack from there. I saw the leading Neuroendicrine Specialists at Oschner in Kenner, LA yesterday, and they told me the oncologist was wrong. I don’t have Carcinoid cancer. The roar of “hurrah” and sighs of relief were heard throughout the world...

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For Mother’s Day Rememberance

May 6, 2009
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For Mother’s Day Rememberance

I wrote this poem on 1 November 1990, a year and a day after my mom, Dolores Bass Gordon died. With Mother’s Day upon us, I wanted to share it with you. I’m not much of a poet, but anyone who has lost their mom will appreciate the sentiment. This Halloween will be 20...

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Way to Go, Uncle Rex

April 11, 2009
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Way to Go, Uncle Rex

Rex Amack When last I updated this little monologue about our odyssey through the US, I put out a request for places to go and things to do next. Stewart’s uncle, Rex Amack, came through with flying colors. In fact, he so enthusiastically stood up to the challenge that I am dedicating this post...

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