Is it happy hour yet?
An adventure Blog
By two people who keep stumbling into things.
Because things rarely go according to plan.
We certainly do meet some interesting people. You might like to meet them, too.
On the day you’ve said good-bye to your good boy, happy hour isn’t happy at…
What are the odds of buying a 20-year-old truck and then randomly meeting the people who bought it brand new?
Mail and packages don’t simply end up on your doorstep. Because your doorstep is always changing.
We’re fortunate to have been able to travel to some amazing places. Here are a few of them.
Ensenada is a tourist port so the locals generally speak English well. But Leslie was intent on speaking Spanish and not being a gringa tourist expecting conversations in English.
We discovered a few surprising and unusual things about Casa Grande. Like how to pronounce its name.
Great Basin National Park is on Nevada’s eastern edge, between nothing and nowhere. And it’s spectacular.
It was late and we needed to figure out our endgame for the day’s travel. But we’d done a poor job of route planning.
Food and drink. Two of the best things about life.
We like to eat. And we do enjoy an adult beverage now and again.
This is a spin on chicken noodle soup we’ve been perfecting that ticks all the boxes for us and has become one of our favorite comfort food recipes. Serve it up in a steaming bowl of love and congratulate yourself on making it through yet another round in the kitchen.
Some people take greater enjoyment in culinary creations that come from their own talents. I am not one of those people.
If you can explain where you are, and how to get to you, there is a pretty darn good chance that the local pizza place will happily take your delivery order, and your money.
The stuff we use. Most of it works pretty well. Some of it we can’t wait to get rid of.
We seem to have discovered a very unexpected similarity between tracking credit card fraud and tracking our whereabouts.
We assessed the damage before making the trek to the nearest town to figure out how we could put an end to the problem. We secured sturdy bins, more traps, and peppermint rodent repellents.
We’re not sure where we’re going, but we’ll know when we get there.
From the blog
A few more, from a while back.