Bright Angel trail 1902 grand Canyon
I could continue about my early life. I had wonderful parents. Shirl and I were the ‘second litter’ so our parents were older than our peer’s parents. My brothers were away and winning WWII, before I entered the first grade. But I will skip ahead.
WE have lived in six states and Cuba, resulting in 17 or 18 moves to Permanent homes. Together we have visited 26+ countries traveling over a million miles when the RV’ing life is counted also. That is to all 50 states and most Canadian provinces. We have never been disappointed in the beauty of the world nor the people.
Sherry and I were blessed to be raised into adulthood by loving parents. I do not know what it would be like to be in an ‘unloving’ atmosphere. We are blessed to be able to live about anywhere we would like. We have nice homes, we augment our style with the rent from them. I guess we never got over a ‘small love nest’, since we started off in a 26x8 trailer.
A paragraph ago I looked back and my girl was in the bed, time to go tuck her in and get some great kisses. I did. We have a standard ‘funny’, we are so regulated I tuck her in and am getting my kisses more times at 11:11 than any other time. Tonight with the last great kiss, I looked at the clock by the bed, it was 11:11, our magic time!
I know a lot of 1 & 2 lines of songs. A favorite around 11:11 . One of us will start:
You made me so very happy
Then the other will join in:
I'm so glad you Came into my life
And we sing ALWAYS together:
Thank you baby, Thank you baby
(Blood, Sweat and Tears?)
The motor home fits us. Like most folk we have had our share of family problems. Kids and grands going OFF track. But together we weather the storms. The Motor Home is our HOME, and home is where we park it. Not everyone can live in a small space, but it is us.
During the Civil War, Montgomery, the state capital, was the capital of the Confederate States of America. Because of this, Montgomery is known as the " Cradle of the Confederacy." It is also the birthplace of the Confederate Constitution, and where Jefferson Davis was sworn in as President of the Confederacy in Alabama.