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Our 1998, 36', gasoline powered, slide free Cruise Master & our 2009, Honda CR-V.

Welcome to Kirk & Pam's updated web site. From April 14 of 2000, our only home was the motorhome pictured above until January of 2011. After Pam experienced a series of health issues we realized that it was approaching the time when it would no longer be practical to live completely free of any real estate home and so we began to seek a home-base once more.  This site contains information on our travels, and life on the road. Also included is information which I think those using an RV will find helpful. We hope that you enjoy what you find here. If you have any suggestions or comments, feel free to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Kirk working at his typical Pam at the sewing machine, one of her frequent activities.
Kirk, hard at work! Pam, in her office.

Muffie, the official campsite greeter!

Muffy, the pure-bred All American Terrier.

Our home-base.

Our home-base since January of 2011.

Our new RV.

Now that we are back to part-time RV travels we tow this 19' long Sportsman, by KZ.

We tow it with a 2009 KIA, Boreggo.

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We are currently on the road for a time.

We have now left our summer volunteer positions on the Oregon coast and will spend most or all of September traveling through California and visiting Pam's family as we go through. By October 1 we will be on the road back to Texas, expecting to get home by October 10.

We are often asked where we will go next. This page is a listing of our plans, so far as we now know. We generally try to plan about six months ahead, with some latitude for last minute changes. As "professional" volunteers, we make all efforts to keep each commitment that we make so it is a very rare thing that we make any major changes, but the "On the Road" periods are usually very un-planned, except the start and end points. If you should discover that we will spending some time in your area, or if we seem to be passing your way, just let us know and we will try and meet you.

Spring is here and summer on the way!

We had a very mild winter and even had rain so spring is here with a glory! Our plans for the coming months are not very complicated this year. We will be leaving here on May 24 to travel first to Council Grove, KS for my highschool alumni reunion and then from there on to Sequim, WA for a couple of weeks with our son there. Our eldest grandson will receive his Eagle Scout award on June 5 and then graduate from High School on June 8! We will likely be back home again by June 15.

This will be a summeer without a lot of travel as Pam has not fully recovered from her ankle replacement surgery yet, and we were told that it would take a year to be complete. As a result, I have accepted the job of keeping the common areas of our community mowed, so we will be pretty limited in our RV trips until fall. We are starting to make plans for the fall.

In the meantime, we have begun to make modifications on our new RV to make it better fit our needs. I have modified the TV mounting and once the finish work is complete, I'll post pictures. We have several other projects that we want to get done before we start to travel with it, so we do expect to keep busy! Should you happen to travel our direction, please do let us know as we would love to meet you and can even arrange a free RV spot for a night or two!

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