Here’s the unvarnished truth about life on the road. Sometimes it’s hot and sometimes it’s cold.
Some days the sun shines and some days it rains. If the wind doesn’t blow, no one complains.
Each morning we rise and go walk the dogs. We love to build campfires, but have to buy logs.
We drive our big rig from Walmart to Walmart. We feel right at home and load up our cart.
We find places to eat without even looking. Anything is better than Mary’s cooking.
We raise our eyebrows at the high price of gas, but an electric bill is a thing of the past.
One of our pleasures is now long gone. Its not possible to order from Amazon.
We don’t really have a permanent address and tomorrow’s location is anyone’s guess.
We don’t have grass that grows under our feet. We don’t have to mow or pile leaves in a heap.
We visit old friends and make new ones, too. They always make sure we have fun thing to do.
Rick Spahlinger and wife, Rita, helped make the day so special.
The highways and byways make us ooh and ahh. We can’t believe all the beauty we saw.
There is so much more to share on this venue. We’ll keep you posted as our adventures continue.
As I write what I can, I really must hurry. It’s time to move on and today we must flurry.
We’re hoping we can make it to Vicksburg, where a battle was fought. (Maybe you’ve heard.)
We can’t stay on the road for ever and ever, but we always say. Never say never!
Whatever we see. Where ever we roam, Texas (and Murdo) will always be home.
I’ll write about the funny things and the things that are funny now, but weren’t at the time, later…And we have so many more photos. I’m not keeping up very well, but that’s life on the road…
Your poem and pics are uplifting, a fall gallery.
I am glad you aren’t overeating.
Cuz-That’s coming from a gal named often Valerie.
And of course you’re not cheating
On your diet… okay I’ll keep quiet.
I ate it all and I would do it again!