On the Road…errr…Home again…

We just spent a marvelous six weeks in Indiana, where we first visited my 93-year-old father and my older brother in Richmond, IN.

Dad, Viki, Roger

Really, Roger?

We also visited my daughter and her family, who live in
Franklin, IN.Jake and GavinDillon and Karley

My grandkids in order of appearance: Jake (2), Gavin (10), Dillon (12), Karley (8)

Below is Dillon, Karley, Angie (my daughter) and Joe (my son-in-law).

Grandkids, Angie, Joe

My dear husband took care of all of us, including our dogs, JoJo (Miniature Pinscher) and Buttercup (Rottweiler/Doberman mix). Mike with JoJo and Buttercup

So what exactly does this have to do with online teaching, you might wonder. Well, it means that if you have a laptop, there is nothing stopping you from traveling and working at the same time. Your classes go with you wherever you go because they are right there, in your laptop. For instance, we have an RV and during our visit, we worked mornings and evenings, and sometimes, in between.

Laptops and the RV

Traveling and working allows the best of all worlds. At the end of the day, it’s nice to sit by a small lake and watch the ducks go by…Lake with ducks and then tuck your baby grandson into bed…Sleep tight, Jake!

Are there any full-time RVers out there? What are your experiences? Any problems connecting to your online classes? If you travel extensively, by RV or otherwise, tell us your stories; inquiring minds want to know!!

Until next time,

Laugh a little; learn a lot; live long!



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