Monday, December 20, 2010


Accomplished quite a few Christmas related things these past few days.  Yippee!

Being a recent blogger, I wanted to take this opportunity to acknowledge our followers.  Thanks for dropping by and for your colourful and insightful musings too.

- Stargeezer Al and the Bayfield Bunch
- Cuzin2some
- Wil Mosher
- MargieAnne
- Susan Bidniak
- Margie and Roger
- Karen
- Randy and Pam Warner
- Through Gates of Grace
- Sam & Donna
- Kate
- Rick & Paulette

We have been following your blogs for some time now and truly appreciate the valuable information and tips.

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas.

Soon to take the 5th wheel out of storage and bring her home for our travel preparations.


  1. Just finished a wonderful family weekend with the grandkids over, after being away in Pa taking care of my sister for two and a half months. You have a very pretty family, we wish you all a great holiday with best wishes from our family to yours. be safe out there. Sam & Donna.

  2. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

  3. Thank you for the "Shout Out". Merry Christmas to you and family!

    John and Ellen
    Through Gates of Grace

  4. Awwww shucks Rene:)) Thanks for the mention big guy...... All the best to you guys for the holiday season.

  5. Merry Christmas to you and your family and good luck with the travel preparations with your 5'er!

  6. Happy Holidays. Getting ready for a trip is a Christmas present all by it self!

  7. happy holidays to you and your family!!..and thanks for the mention!..we will be riding along with you as you head out on the road! keep on blogging and we will keep on reading!!

  8. Happy Christmas! Best of luck as you start on the road soon. Perhaps the rain here will be done by then! Great blog, we will follow and enjoy reading.

  9. I am honored to even be mentioned in the same breath as some of those on the list. Thank you.

    Enjoy your holidays and the preparations for departure. That always puts a spring in my step, too. Sometimes I think the anticipation of going somewhere exceeds the pleasure of arrival.