NOW THAT WE'VE REACHED RETIREMENT, WE'RE OFF TO START THE NEXT ADVENTURE IN OUR LIVES. COME ALONG AND SEE WHERE WE'VE BEEN!
Quoted From A Fellow Traveler:
Life is short, Break the rules, Forgive quickly, Kiss slowly, Love truly, Laugh uncontrollably, And never regret anything that made you smile. Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we should dance.
We say goodbye to this beautiful winter scene as seen from our window.
Casey takes her last look.
And we pass through Providence on 95
Three days of travel coming up.
The coach was due for oil filters and grease, and I was dreading having to make an appointment when we got to Florida. That's when I received a comment from one of our readers (thanks Jim ) about Speedco. This is like a Jiffy Lube for large diesel trucks and motorhomes. Had all work completed in about one hour and saved a bunch of money.
Day three and we are pulling into camp at 2:00.
This was probably our smoothest, most uneventful trip yet. I wish they all went this good.
Back at our site in Florida there's a Cardinal that loves to drive me crazy by pecking at the roof over our bed every morning. I think he followed us here and I'm hoping to lose him on our way back.
Well, I guess there's no way that we are going to get out of here without having to deal with the snow. Started about 9 am and supposed to end after noon sometime.....ugh! Casey had a fun time with it.
Time to hook up the Jeep so we can make our 8 am departure tomorrow morning.
I had things to do today so the ladies took a ride to the Cape Cod Canal. Along the way they stopped to check out the Buddhist Temple along the way. When completed, this will be the largest Buddhist Temple outside of Thailand. This temple is being built in honor of the king of Thailand who was born in Cambridge Ma. while his father attended Harvard.
It's Thanksgiving and whereas we are in Ma. I guess it's only appropriate that I find a Pilgrim Thanksgiving poem. Not matter what problems or worries may plague us, we can always find a reason to be thankful if we take the time to look into ourselves.
The Pilgrims Came
by Annette Wynne
The Pilgrims came across the sea, And never thought of you and me; And yet it's very strange the way We think of them Thanksgiving day.
We tell their story, old and true Of how they sailed across the blue, And found a new land to be free And built their homes quite near the sea.
Every child knows well the tale Of how they bravely turned the sail And journeyed many a day and night, To worship God as they thought right.