About us

Note: COVID-19 cases and fatality numbers updated 4-27-2020

We are Maj and Sher, a couple of mature (we don’t like the tag “old”) folks who were born and raised in Indiana. Sher managed a photography studio and then, after we were married, raised our five kids. Maj has done many things including cattle ranching, professional public speaking and owning an engineering consulting company. We both are freelance writers, love photography, RV  travel, buying and selling antiques, and adventures.

We have been wintering in Texas for a couple of years now. This year we spent at an RV Resort near Austin. One of our sons and his family live in Austin. Once it became obvious that the coronavirus could be a huge problem, we opted to cut our stay short. We were back in Indiana on February 25th.

We have been in isolation since the 25th. We have seen the coronavirus spread called a pandemic, the numbers in our state as of April 27th show 15, 900 plus confirmed cases and tragically there have already been 844 deaths in the state.

We are making the best out of our isolation. Indiana has been under a  declared “stay at home/work from home” order since March 23rd. Our son is making what few outside runs are needed. Both of us are in the high risk category with our ages and in Maj’s case, underlying health issues. Who knows how long this pandemic will last, or the constraints on activities. Time will tell. We hope that you and yours are staying healthy and safe, no matter what your circumstances are now.

Our new FourWinds 22e

Can’t wait to get back on the road in our RV

 

 

 

67 thoughts on “About us

  1. I found you on google+. I’m really looking forward to following your blog as you continue your rv lifestyle. If you would ever like to guest post on my blog about places on Route 66, Highway 101 or Interstate 95, please contact me.

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    • Thanks Rob, just opened your blog. Great stuff! I look forward to keeping in touch. Following Rt 66 is on our list of to do’s. We’ll be in touch for sure. (Sher an I are on I-75 just north of Atlanta in a Flying J Mickey D’s as I write this).

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  2. Hello would you mind sharing which blog platform you’re working with?
    I’m looking to start my own blog soon but I’m having a hard time deciding between BlogEngine/Wordpress/B2evolution and Drupal.
    The reason I ask is because your design seems different then most
    blogs and I’m looking for something unique.
    P.S Sorry for getting off-topic but I had to ask!

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  3. I finally found you. Love it! This is what I want to do, but haven’t figured out how yet. Looking forward to seeing you guys at Annie Oakley. Be safe

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  5. Just passed you on the road in West Virginia heading towards White Sulphur Springs! What a fun way to spend your retirement and fly the coop yourselves! Happy travels.

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  6. Salut you two! I noticed you have flattered me by following my blog. I promise I will try not to disappoint. Now. Here’s the thing. I don’t routinely follow blogs back but I took a little shimmy round yours and I am definitely up for riding along with you too. I really am delighted to ‘meet’ you. At this point in time, we sign off with ‘stay safe, stay well’. I tend to say ‘stay sensible’ because I think if we exercise common sense we have some hope of staying out of harms way. Of course The Whitehouse knows nothing of common sense nor even uncommon sense but that really is another story! Welcome to my Half-Baked World X

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  7. What is this ‘old’ of which people speak?! I don’t like it, either! 😀 Thank you so much for the follow and for your comment. Of course, mine refuse to comply now so I cannot respond on my site, but I did want to thank you. Stay safe. Our stay-at-home here in sunny FL is due to expire on April 30. What happens then? Not sure, but I can tell you I will not be venturing out too far. I’m mature, too! 😉

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    • I have seen others sharing the WP glitch that is refusing comment display or notification. Our state (Indiana) has also extended the shutdown until May 1. Like, you, Sher and I are going to play it safe for who knows how long. Until they have a reliable treatment or a vaccine…..

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  8. Hello there, isolation-mates! i too am retired and in the high-risk category and have various health issues. and i wanna go out travelling like you do! methinks i’m gonna bundle the wife and take on that long-delayed trip to nowhereland. you just gave me a noble idea indeed!!! haha! i will be following you from hereon, mate.

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    • Well thanks for the visit and the sharing of our isolation! We’re pretty much waiting for a vaccine or treatment before we venture out for other than a day trip drive. You guys take care and BE SAFE!!!! None of us with underlying issues can afford to catch this damned virus!

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  9. Thanks so much for following our blog. It’s great to have you traveling virtually with us — even though we’re not doing so much right now. We do seem to have a lot in common with the two of you — love of people, travel, adventures, and even some spur-of-the-moment things! Life is good, but short. So here’s hoping you’re enjoying every day.

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  10. Thank you for visiting my site Retreading for Retirement. I’m happy to discover your blog. Unfortunately, I don’t find the usual “follow site” button on most WordPress blogs. I’d follow if I could. Have you thought of adding a follow button? I love your photos and travel info.

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    • On my page (in Melbourne, Australia) there is a Follow button on the bottom right-hand side of the screen automatically, but I’m not sure how it works as I get all my blogging friend’s new posts via ’email notifications” and the rare times I cross to the WordPress ‘Reader’ (which I don’t use due to eyesight & dizziness when scrolling issues), I notice that I am still not getting all my newly followed blogs as ’email notifications’.

      I can’t see a FOLLOW button inserted as a widget on the right-hand column of Maj and Sher’s WordPress site which is where I’ve got my own FOLLOW button as a widget.

      Maj & Sher seem to have ‘Archives’ and ‘Categories’ and ‘Where we have been’ as widgets though.

      I’ve found many WordPress Themes act in different ways AND I still use the old Classic Editor which has an impact on what appears on the page also.

      Hope you’re all back safe and back to the new COVID normal after the vaccines are rolled out. So sad to read of all the deaths in the U.S. (and the COVID cases in the U.S., U.K., Brazil etc are mind-boggling).

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  11. Hard to imagine what this pandemic might have done to your foot loose plans, but maybe it’ll ease up before long. Given this crazy weather it must be good to not be “on the road” (I would imagine.) Thanks for the visit and I enjoyed taking a peek at what you’re up to!

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  12. Welcome to my blog! Here you my find in excess of 8000 pictures form Norwegian nature and quite a few macro exposures – nearly all in ‘fullscreen mode’. Please enjoy!
    As for the Covid-19 we are not quite unfamiliar with the problem. I don’t think any country is by now?
    Unfortunately virus do not die! They survive by mutating – constantly! Virus colonies have been found in glaciers around the world dating more than 10 000 years back in time! The key word seems to be
    ‘adaptation’ (the best you can). And even if your former president promised that it one morning it would have disappeared like in a miracle, I’m sorry to tell you that he was dead wrong!
    I think we will have this Covid-19 virus among us for the nest 10-15 years – at least! But slowly getting
    better and more effective vaccines, it won’t be bothering quite as much as before. But it will take time!
    Please forget the ‘1 meter distance’! It won’t work! It is much more about ‘time’! The time you spend in the same room as one infected person! That is why everybody on the ss. ‘Diamond Pricess’ got infected. (Through the aircondition connecting all cabins). As long as one allow for a public on outdoor concerts, football matches, Olypics and such, the virus will spread! Keep safe!
    Think of the virus like cigarette smoke hanging in the air in a pub/restaurant/waiting room/terminal
    or whatever. When you smell the hamurger from a table in the other end of the room, that is why
    air molecules from that hamburger has reached you nostrils, but – you will not be able to smell the
    Covid-19! However, that does not mean that it isn’t there!

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