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About drzcharlie

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  • Birthday 09/17/1949

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  1. Bird Poop

    Rubber snakes placed in the tress they poop from.
  2. Actually docj, you earned those comments. What great work you are all doing. I love that you are preserving her for the future. You can see the love that is put into every aspect of what y'all do.
  3. Hello all, I just wanted to share our trip to the USS Lexington and our exploration of the venerable lady. If you are interested check out our blog entry (not for profit blog, we do it for fun)located here: Visit to the USS Lexington Museum. If you haven't been to "Lady Lex," and you happen to be near Corpus, please take the time (about 5 hours) to visit. It is well worth the trip. If you have bad knees you need to know that there are a lot of near vertical stairs..(psssttt it's ship).
  4. Kirk, It seems you cannot enter a new topic there. You can see "Travel Logs" but you cannot select it. I don't know if this is a Chrome quirk or a forum problem.
  5. While Martha and I were in Vicksburg, Mississippi we visited the Vicksburg National Military Park. Part of the tour included the salvaged Civil War Gunboat the "Cairo." If you are interested you can read our blog entry on the Cairo at: The Civil War Gunboat the "Cairo," Museum at Vicksburg National Military Park
  6. Martha and I traveled through Vicksburg on our way for thanksgiving in Rio Vista Texas. If you are interested here is my blog entry for our visit to the "Vicksburg National Military Park." Vicksburg National Military Park
  7. Since we are boondocking I decided to have a little fun with the blog today. http://wanderingtootsies.blogspot.com/2017/10/things-ive-learned-on-way-to-sewage-dump.html
  8. Hello all, Martha and I are riding out a windstorm on Cape Hatteras. So, tonight I am catching up on our blog. You can view our new blog entry here: http://wanderingtootsies.blogspot.com/2017/10/cape-hatteras-national-seashore-and.html
  9. Sometimes as full timers we forget to live, breath and enjoy. Martha and I are finally getting better at it but we had a lot of challenges thrown at us in this, our fifth month full time living on the road. We have finally realized that we can't always be working on the coach, cooking, cleaning and not breathing, living and enjoying our surroundings. We blog and if you start at the beginning of it you will see, it took a long time for us to settle into the lifestyle. Yesterday we took a break to visit "Freedoms Fortress" Old Fort Monroe. Take a peak at our blog and tell us what you think in the comment section. We'd love to hear from you. "Freedoms Fortress" Old Fort Monroe.
  10. Our Journey Towards Full Time RV Living

    I loved my bikes. But it was time. Martha and I visited "Freedoms Fortress" yesterday. It was an interesting experience. Take a look at our blog to learn more. Fort Monroe - Freedom's Fortress
  11. Our Journey Towards Full Time RV Living

    It was a sad day when I sold my bikes. At 68 my body is a mess so It's likely a good thing to not have it anymore.
  12. Class of 2017

    We started full time on June 1st of this year. We are just 21 days into our fourth month and we love it. If there is a mistake to be made we've done it. If there is an expense we could have avoided, we didn't. But, we're loving it just the same. Check our blog at: www.wanderingtootsies.blogspot.com Make sure to leave a comment and let us know how were doing with the blog. If you have questions do the same. Charlie an Martha
  13. Our Journey Towards Full Time RV Living

    We are now working on our fourth month on the road. Check into our blog and see the latest blog posts at Wandering Tootsies)
  14. Digitizing documents and photographs

    We did our own scanning. We scanned over 3500 photos (26 years worth). The images an documents were placed into Dropbox and backed up on a external hard drive. We ended up with one shoe box of "keep sake" photos and overall we ended up with three book storage boxes of documents that had to be retained like (IRS records).