Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Still all about the weather....

Yes, I've been remiss in blogging. I hope I still have a few of you hanging on. It's been a busy summer, at least personally. We have moved from the campground in the Plattsburgh, NY area to one in the Watertown area. The Adirondacks are spectacular for motorcycle riding and sightseeing. We're taking advantage of the good days to do just that.

Now we are getting ready to move to the Finger Lakes area of NY for four nights. Really hoping the weather continues to cooperate. So far the forecast looks good! From there we spend three nights in Milton, PA before moving on to three more nights in Gettysburg, PA. Then we arrive in Delaware for a week with the grandkids before settling in on the eastern shore of Maryland for September and October.

As to writing, I've been having some issues. Sorry! I've been under the weather and finding it hard to concentrate. I'm hoping as soon as this energy sucking virus leaves, I will be able to focus on that again. Thank you all for being so patient.

Thursday, August 4, 2016

Enjoying the weather....

Parking at the Escapade. The arrow is pointing to our RV with our truck parked behind it.
Just a quick note so you, my faithful readers, don't think I've deserted you. We have recovered from our big RV rally event in Vermont, where we enjoyed meeting up with old and new friends, did a lot of great motorcycle riding (including Ben & Jerry's - yum), returned to upstate NY and the Adirondacks, done more riding, were joined by friends from Canada, did more riding (do you see a trend here?) and now I'm catching up on blogs before I get back into writing.

It was really fun to visit Bradford, PA and see [again] where my Klondike mysteries are based. I'm working on book three, almost ready to tackle chapter fourteen. Phew! Still a long way to go, but it will get done and published this year! Promise!

We are truly enjoying a summer up north with highest temps in the mid-80's (for the most part). Nights are in the mid to upper 60's, great sleeping weather with the windows open. I know a lot of the country is sweltering, fighting fires and floods - my heart goes out to everyone. The weather, it seems, is changing - for whatever reason. I am doubly happy that we can plan to spend our time where it seems to be the most pleasant.

In the meantime, if you haven't read my latest novella, it makes for great summer (beach/lake/vacation) reading. Give it a try!