I haven't done a good job with my blog, but this year I intend to get back into writing mode and start behaving like a writer. I intend to make an entry here at least once each week. I want you, my readers, to get to know me better. I also hope to get to know you better through your comments. Right now I'm 63. My wife Susie (who was born in 19-none of your business:) and I have 6 children and 10 grandchildren. We are workampers. The term is spelled correctly, and it refers to anyone who earns a living while living in an RV. Susie and I live either in our park model (while we work at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Camp Resort in Fremont, Indiana) or our motor home (when we're in Arizona or other places). We love to travel, especially in the western states. We spend time in Indiana because half of our children and six of our grandchildren live in Indiana and Michigan. The others are in North Carolina, Colorado, and California. This year I want to share what's happening in my life and in my writing. I'll do my best to post things that will make you want to come back often.
For most of my life, I have been fascinated with the old West and the cowboy. I have read hundreds of books, both fiction and non-fiction, about the the West and the people who lived there. I have explored and continue to explore that wild, beautiful country. I feel at home when I'm dressed in my old West clothes from hat to boots with my six-shooter strapped around my waist. (to be continued...)