I know I’ve said it before, but a major delight in our workamping life is having family travel to visit us wherever we are. This week we were thrilled to have Bill’s daughter, Cara, and her husband, Pete, spend time with us on Cape Cod. In spite of Covid-19, we experienced three nights and two … More From Sea Glass…to Cocktail Glass!
Many of my followers have been asking, “Why aren’t you blogging as often as you used to?” Well, the truth is, even though the world is slowly creeping open, it continues to be a slow journey; therefore, our lives have slowed down considerably in synch with the universe! Are we still workamping? Yes, indeed. We … More Chasing After “Normal!”
The world has begun to open up slowly here in Cape Cod, with Atlantic Oaks Campground being totally open – with some safeguards in place of course, but the phone is ringing continuously with families making reservations to camp. Everyone wants to get out of the house, and when you think about it, camping is … More What a Difference a Month Makes!
Whereas most of you know that my happy place is the beach, this weekend Bill and I were able to experience and enjoy his happy place – his daughter’s second home in Cavendish, Vermont, a sleepy village that has become even more sleepy due to the coronavirus. Since we have only been working at Atlantic … More Find Your Happy Place!
Bill and I have always thought that life is an adventure – especially the past ten years as we’ve traveled the country, but under the present pandemic circumstances, that phrase rings truer than ever! We finally left Texas and had confirmed our short stay in New Jersey. After three days of travel we got an … More We’re Back!
Ironically, the week before the world hit pause, I shared the following with my fellow yogis in a class I was leading: Practice the Pause. Pause before assuming. Pause before accusing. Pause whenever you’re about to react harshly and you’ll avoid doing and saying things you’ll later regret. Little did any of us know that … More Practice the Pause
So, here we are, still in San Antonio, Texas, as the Covid-19 crisis continues. While we continue to be thankful for our health, and that of our family and friends, I can’t help but hope things return to “normal” soon – however, that word might emerge with a totally different meaning from this point forward! … More Day What of Quarantine?…I’ve Totally Lost Track!
Since almost everything here in San Antonio is closed, I thought I’d share what it’s like to practice social distancing while living in a 40 ft. Class A motorhome! We’re all in this together and should be taking it very seriously in order to halt the spread of Coronavirus and return our lives to what … More Home Is Where You Park It!
Where, but in Texas…can 25 friends hop on a bus and travel an hour northwest of San Antonio into the hill country to Bandera – “Cowboy Capital of the World?” We did just that this past Wednesday as we spent the late afternoon exploring the quaint cowboy town before gathering at the 11th Street Cowboy … More Where, But in Texas?
What a wonderful day for a bike ride… after losing a cherished hour of sleep, we jumped on our bicycles and headed away from town on the San Antonio Hike and Bike Trail this morning. This particular section of the bike path is also known as the “Mission Reach,” as it connects all five of … More Memories and Stories of the Land