I just checked my stats and NO ONE from North America has visited my blog today. I’d say thanks for reading and Happy Rovering but I don’t speak Germany, Hindi, Finnish, what ever they speak in Kenya, or Russian. That’s all the countries that have visited so far. Hmmmm. Is it something I said?
Today starts a new year. I have a lot planned for 2014. I want to complete the Circumnavigation of Oklahoma. I want to drive across Oklahoma only on dirt roads. I want to get my radio working in the Range Rover. I want to go to Clayton and off-road. And, I want to help get[…]
Twenty years old and 200,000 miles. Its taken a lot of work but it was fun. Thanks for reading and happy rovering.
Red path was the F4 May 20th tornado. Green was the F5 from May 3rd, 1999. Several of you have emailed to check on us. That really means a lot to us. Thank you. Me and all mine are safe.My oldest daughter (#1) went over to a friend of our’s home. They have a safe[…]
Grady, Prestyn, Cadence If you know me personally you already know we have a new grandchild. Prestyn Rhenea was born at 1631 on January 28th, 2013. She came in at 18.5 inches and 7 pounds 7 ounces. Big brother and big sissy are very happy to have her. Mom and baby are doing great and[…]
I found this Camel tire repair kit in my dad’s garage. We have been cleaning my mom’s house out the past couple of weekends. Now I am sorting all that stuff in my garage. I will definitely pack that in my road kit if for nothing else a conversation starter. Thanks for reading, and Happy[…]
I have finally moved the Rover Log over to a blogging site. It gives me a lot of freedom and a little more exposure to the blogosphere. Like that matters. Anyway. All the post from the old blog are here and with the labels at the bottom you can see related posts. Neat-o, right? Thanks[…]