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Catching Up -- Entry 1

     I have read and reread that last entry in our blog from 2014 and as I sit and think about all that has transpired I am not sure I can do justice with blogging and posting pictures of all that has taken place with our lives the past four years.  The more I think about it I may just do a piece to touch briefly on each year with a few pictures and then just take off with the present happenings and our future thoughts.  The last thing I want to do is bore our followers with old news.
     Before beginning any thing it would be best to start with where we currently are.  Why we are here.  What we are doing, and then perhaps work back-words. 
     I would encourage any of our new followers to go back in the 'Archives' and click on the various years and months to get a taste for what we have always felt was a fairy tail journey in our motor coach which we fondly referred to as the 'Tininthewind'.  It was 2006 that we began our journey and blogged our adventures.  From 2006 to 2014 we didn't hold anything back.  We blogged about the good, bad, ugly, and ups and downs as they took place.  The pictures that we added to most postings usually told the story better than our writings did.
     OK, Here Goes:
Where Are We Now
     We have our beloved 'Tininthewind' motor home up for sale on a consignment lot in Northern Washington and have settled in to our new to us Park Model Home  on our leased lot at the Amigo Inn RV Park in Zapata, Texas.  Zapata Texas is located in the upper reaches of the Rio Grand Valley nestled along the Rio Grand River which as you know provides the border between Mexico and the U. S.  Fortunately back in approximately 1947 a dam was constructed to create a lake called "Falcon  Lake'.  Falcon lake is some 30 miles in length with many fingers of water projecting into both Mexico and Texas.
     Makes sense, doesn't it.  We spend the bulk of our working life raising our boys and living along the Mighty Mississippi River and now in the twilight of retirement we settle along the Rio Grand River.  The one common denominator is "Bass Fishing".  

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