Apache Junction, AZ High 86 Low 52
One of these days I’m going to get caught up on blogging and reading blogs. I finally finished a couple of tax returns. Now I can tackle ours. But I really don’t want to.
Friday night we went to Cracker Barrel over by Bass Pro Shop. (No, I didn’t let Jim go there.)
It is always so much fun to meet up with people after you have read their blog for awhile. So interesting to finally put a face to the blog and that’s what we were able to do.
Once again, my pictures didn’t turn out all that well because of the light coming in the windows.
Jim, the back of Ray’s head and Cindy’s hand, Kyra, Key, Jan, Dianna and Bobbie.
The two Jim’s.
Kyra and Jan do not have blogs (yet). Kyra has only been full timing for two months and was headed to New Mexico. Jan hasn’t bought a rig yet but she’s thinking about it pretty seriously.
Key and Jan
Dianna and Bobbie who you know from my previous blogs. Since Dianna hates having her picture on the blog I’m only putting her on here once in the first picture.
Ray and Cindy (I had to “borrow” this picture from their blog because mine was just too lousy.)
Ray and Cindy are most timers from Utah. They are really looking forward to spending their summer in Alaska. Should be some good blog reading over their way with lots of pictures along the journey.
I love the name of Key’s blog - The Ramblin Rivercat. He’s a new blogger and has some interesting ideas on living the full time lifestyle. He’s been busy going to Spring Training games. We’re also making plans for Key and Jim to go fishing sometime in April when hopefully the fish will be biting.
Most of you already know Jim from Jimbo's Journeys. He’s been really busy working at the Spring Training games in Mesa. It sure was nice to be able to spend more than two minutes with him like we did in Q.
What a great time we had. Looking forward to seeing them all again somewhere on the road.