Feb. 7-16 Every year, we can count on having at least one week in which we live like relatively normal people. Thanks to Kimberly’s parents, who have a timeshare membership, we are able to spend a week in a resort in the participating location of our choice, subject to availability (the resort’s and our own).
Jan. 14-17 For the second time, the somewhat-annual rally of Families on the Road (FOTR) was held in Jetty Park campground at Port Canaveral, FL. (The first time was two years ago.) Within sight of the NASA gantry preparing to launch a space shuttle, and within about a football field’s length of gargantuan cruise ships
We’re in Orlando, one of our favorite cities, at least at this time of the year. Our first order of business was for Dennis to get a lovely root canal done. Then today we did something that, let’s face it, we’ve all dreamed of doing someday – cleaning the urine out of a cougar’s cage.
For many years now, we’ve been strict vegetarians—meaning we don’t eat anything that walks, crawls, flies, makes faces or soils carpets. Lately, we’ve gone even healthier, with a diet that’s about 90 percent vegan (without eggs or dairy) and about 75 percent raw (without fire). This is not that difficult to do when you have
Dec. 25 Yes, it’s here again: our annual movie marathon day. Today we took in four new releases, and on the whole were quite pleased. First, the long-awaited “Avatar”, writer-director James Cameron’s tour de force, his first effort since “Titanic” 12 years ago. He seems to have spent all the time since then readying this