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About 2010liberty

Retirement agrees with us! After traveling in our 40' Silver Eagle bus conversion, whose name was Liberty, since 2010, it was time for a change. Now we spend the winter in Yuma, AZ and travel during the spring, summer and fall setting the Pace!

Connected

When we traveled in Liberty, we used DirecTV for our television connection and we had been happy with it…until AT&T. At about the time AT&T bought DirecTV, service for RVers started to decline. Every time we needed to change our … Continue reading

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Wild day in Colorado!

Before we left Sedgwick, I broke a tooth. It didn’t hurt and since our Wichita dentist retired several years ago, I decided to wait until we got out here. You see, our dentist from nearly 50 years ago in Osborne, … Continue reading

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Mountain weatherman

LeRoy is pretty sure he could be a weatherman here in the mountains. All he’d have to say is “You can look for rain this afternoon at higher elevations”, and 90% of the time, he’d be right! This was our … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day!

When I was growing up, my dad didn’t do a lot of romantic things. I don’t remember him ever giving Mother a Valentine’s gift or making any other romantic gesture, but on Mother’s Day, he always got her a corsage … Continue reading

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Eventful spring so far!

Lots of things have been going on since we got back to the Landing. On Saturday the 17th, we drove to Morrison, OK to attend the memorial for the father of one of Heidi’s high school classmates. The family provided … Continue reading

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Home, home on the range!

We’re back at the Landing in Kansas, after a fairly peaceful drive back from Yuma. The wind was mild when we were driving and mostly at our back until the last day. It felt good to be back. Heidi and … Continue reading

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Signs of spring

Just as warmer temperatures are a sign of spring after a long cold winter, the same is true in Yuma. We haven’t turned on the AC yet, but Weatherbug says it is 88 degrees in the Yuma foothills today and … Continue reading

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More of the same

Uneventful weeks are hard to write about. When I talk to friends and family back in the Great Plains, they ask “What did you do today?” It’s pretty boring to say that we went hunting for dune buggy parts or … Continue reading

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Time

They say time flies when you’re having fun. These days, I’m pretty sure it flies anyway, fun or not. Here in Arizona, we stay on standard time all year long, but most of the other states made you change to … Continue reading

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Small town Arizona

In the 1960s, a man named Hank Schechert purchased 3,000 acres of ground east of the city of Yuma. We’ve heard stories of how he personally began laying out Foothills Boulevard here and then began developing the area primarily into … Continue reading

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