2001 Harley-Davidson Road King

Monday, February 7, 2011

Snug as two bugs in a rug...(Aransas Pass, Texas)

What we've been doing for the past couple of weeks...

My post on January 26th was a very brief one about my daughter's accident (in Michigan). Thank you for your very much appreciated comments and messages of concern. She's unharmed (except maybe her pride) and she's very busy as usual with college and work (both full-time).

Like much of the rest of the country, we have been hunkered down during this very cold, icy weather...snug as two bugs in a rug actually. :-) I've been reading your blogs as often as I have an internet connection, and I feel for you, especially those who were/are in the worst of it.

We sure are glad that this rig has the blizzard package, and we've been making good use of the fireplace. We rode out a cold spell last winter down here in our previous rig (see last years earliest posts) and let me tell you...this year was much more comfortable!

Went for a ride on the bike (motorcycle) a couple of times before the weather got too cold (and when it wasn't too windy). Went bar-hopping a few times, ate out once or twice, watched movies, went to hear the band at Bernie's on a Thursday evening week before last, made a couple of trips for groceries, etc., etc.

Also, finally bought our fishing licenses...ouch! $68.00 EACH. We were told they were good for a year from date of purchase, which we were ok with...but then we were told AFTER we received them that they're only good through August for "out of state" people. We're here December through the end of March/early April. What a rip-off! Oh, well...you gotta pay-to-play just about anywhere these days. We did go shore fishing twice before the weather nose dived, but didn't get a bite. We'll try again when the weather gets warmer consistently.

Hope you're all doing well. Hang in there, it'll be warmer soon. :-)


  1. Glad to hear you're daughter is fine. You got me a little confused on the fishing license stuff, but hope you haul in some big ones. :)

  2. Betty and Dave at http://phoenixonceagain.blogspot.com/
    had a lot of problem with their new Keystone. They rely had to push hard for service, but once they did I guess they were really happy.

    If you don't read their blog, maybe you should take a look. She may be able to give you some names of who to contact at Keystone.



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