Wednesday, November 28, 2012

I am in Kansas staying with a great family that invited me back after meeting them last May.  I have finished book 2 and got it sent off to my editor.  Was blessed with a book signing at a library and got to speak at three services in Jetmore which is 26 miles south of where I am staying in Ness City.  A friend and local cattle rancher has been giving me some work which has kept me busy and hopefully will earn a few bucks to take care of a couple worrisome teeth.  Headed for Texas in a week or two.
I flew from Denver to Dodge City and I was the only passenger.  Just me and two pilots and one of the pilots took this picture.  Second picture is of Jean and Nancy from the Ness City library.  They went to a lot of trouble to set up a talk and book signing that went real good.  Nice people in Kansas.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

I have not blogged since July because I didn't think I had anything of interest for anyone to read.  However, I have received several emails from some very kind people still wanting to know what I am up to.  With that said I am going to send out a few blogs to let anyone who might be interested in what is going on in this wanderers life.  I had a great time in Oregon with my kids and and friends.  Didn't hardly get anything constructive completed.  I did however get my batteries charged back up after spending nearly nine months on the road and covering over 10,000 sojourning across America.  The next few blogs will bring you up to date of where I am at and what lies ahead.  If you have followed me in the past, thank you very much.  I stayed for a few days with some good friends by the name of George and Debbie and the first picture is of Geroge's delightful 95 year old mother, Alberta. The second picture is of a group of people who serve meals to the needy in Bandon, Oregon.  Susanne, another good friend let me hang out with them for an afternoon.  The third is of Bo, Lura, and Pat.  Three former co-workers who let me hang out with them one day while they blasted away on some targets.  Along with Tom who joined us later we must have shot a gazillion rounds at innocent bulls eyes and pop cans.