Welcome to my blog! Make yourself comfortable and stay a while.
I am retired and living and traveling in a motorhome. I just recently started posting my daily logs on a blog, but have been writing and sending them out almost daily via email since 2001. I retired and my husband Andy and I moved onto our boat. I summarized it thus: We sold the house, sold the cars, sold the kids, the dog died, and we moved on the boat and went cruising. It was difficult to get an internet connection while traveling back then, but I could write the logs off line, paste them in an email, and they would go out whenever I got connected. Later, I was able to connect with my cell phone, but only after nine o’clock when it didn’t cost me minutes. Now I have a hot spot and can get on line most of the time.
I blog my “senior adventures”. They currently include our RV travels and what I see, do, and learn on them. I wear my camera like an article of clothing and take plenty of pictures. (Yes, it is true. I took over a thousand pictures in one day when we visited Mount Blanc in Chamonix, France.) It began because I wanted to remember it all. When the day comes that we are confined to our rocking chairs, we will be able to reminisce with the logs and pictures. Then I realized that I could also share my adventures with friends and family and take them along with me. When you find something good, you want to tell everyone about it.
We are not doing any real adventure travel to far flung, exotic places, but I have discovered that there is something of interest to be seen and learned about everywhere we go.