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John Abert
RV'ers of 30+ years, now full-time as of 11/19/15.
RV'ers of 30+ years, now full-time as of 11/19/15.

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Laptop Problems
Over the last few weeks I have encountered more and more problems with my laptop wanting to delay and lock up. Even checking and performing maintenance every day with System Mechanic only worked for a while. We watched TV on it Friday night, but Saturday mo...

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Rural Southern Louisiana, Part 2, Lake Charles and More
Our stay in Southern Louisiana wasn't all work and repairs. As hinted at the end of the last post, we did get out a couple times for some socializing and sightseeing with out hosts. The first time was the night we arrived, with getting to celebrate their 50...

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Rural Southern Louisiana. Part 1, Repairs and Work-arounds
We arrived at our mid-point break from traveling at a vacation lot of a couple friends from "back home" on February 20th... just in time to celebrate their 50th Anniversary with them at a relative's place next door. For their privacy, I will not post photos...

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Deming to Livingston and Texas Rest Parks
Continuing with our trip to Florida from western Arizona, we left Deming as early as we could on Sunday morning, and proceeded east on I-10 to Las Cruces, and then south toward El Paso. It was a beautiful clear day, and we had a great view of the Organ Moun...

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Being a Dream Catcher in Deming, NM
Continuing with our trip from Ehrenberg, AZ to Florida, we had to take some time at a couple of places along the way... partly to balance out our fuel costs, and partly to create intentional delays to get us through major cities on Sundays, when traffic is ...

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Ehrenberg to Deming
On the 9th of January, we left the Ehrenberg desert and headed east, not sure where we would stop for the night. We considered the BLM at Goodyear, but there was rain in the forecast, and seeing the road as we drove past it on I-10, it did not look like the...

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Sedona to Ehrenberg, 2016
I know, it has been a long time since I have posted anything about our progress. Blame that on lack of sufficient power for everything, what with boondocking most of the time and not having enough bright sunlight. But before I bring you up to date on where ...

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Catching up in Sedona
Recap... It has been roughly two months since my last post, and a lot has happened since then, some of which will affect plans into next year. Besides the ups and downs of climbing various mountain ranges to get from Rapid City to Sedona, thoughts and emoti...

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Cross Country Again, Texas to South Dakota!
First of all, Happy July 4th to one and all. We have a full-hookup site through next Saturday, so we aren't going to be on the road at all until Tuesday. On this 3rd day of July we are having thunderstorms all afternoon, but it should clear out by tomorrow,...

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The Top of Sandia Peak
On Thursday, Ed and I decided to take a drive up State Road 14, from Tijeras, New Mexico. All I could tell from the maps was that it paralleled the back side of the Sandia Crest... the east and opposite side that the tram is on. If nothing else, we thought ...
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