Having started this new blog, I am struggling somewhat with the memory part of reaching the age of 76 this coming March. I struggle most with trying to remember how to do things on the computer or for that matter accomplishing a task only to forget tomorrow what I learned today, but I intend to plod along.
I mentioned earlier that I blogged our travels in our RV over the last 13 years and have those adventures archived on our web site under the heading “Blog of Tininthewind Adventures”, also called “Journal of Tininthewind” Here is the link to that Journal:
Our adventures over those years of travel now that I look back on them were blogged examples of a retirement life of two very adventurous people, (Kathleen and I). We did things that most people would never consider doing. Taking a $200,000.00 dollar RV completely paid for a thousand miles down in to Mexico so as to sit out the North American Winter in comfort on the beaches of Puerto Viarta, Mexico in the small towns of LaPenita, and Lo Demarcos.
If you have the time I would encourage you to click the link above and then seek out the winter months of 2008 and 2009 both starting with September of each year. The postings during the September to February time frame will give you a real flavor for the memories along with all the pictures to accompany each post.
Last night I took that trip down memory lane and say to myself as I write this blog, “Did we really do all that”?
I close this blog with the picture above titled Chapala, Mexico Beach. Chapala is a small Mexico beach town about 30 minutes from our Winter stay in La Penita, Mexico. There is a very interesting story about this town and that I will save for another blog.