A different view of the storms....

Friday, April 29, 2011

I found these two links in a blog I was reading this morning, a closer view of going through the tornado warnings in an RV and far away from your loved ones. I promise you they are worth reading and sharing with others.

They are both written by Don Barone. Here is a quote from the RV Insights blog:

Don lives in Connecticut. Don is one of those incredible writers that makes words jump off the page/screen - words that tug at your heart strings - words that turn on a faucet of tears as he draws you into the middle of the stories he writes and introduces you to the people he writes about.

Don is an unconventional RVer, drawn into our lifestyle by his frustration with dirty hotels, lousy restaurants, and the pain associated with air travel as he traveled the country writing about fishing and the pro anglers of the Bassmaster Elite Series and other competitive fishing events.

Don bought his RV without ever having seen it or knowing what to do with it - he just knew there was a better way to travel and work than what he had been accustomed to.



Till next time - keep on rollin',
Donna and Stu

4 comments:

  1. Wow, how powerful. And so scary and sad.

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  2. Donna,
    Thanks so much for sharing that link, which I enjoyed reading. Without it, we would not have had any idea that our reservation beginning on 5/12 at Branson City Campground may be in jeopardy! Now we will investigate further. Sad to see the area we visit every year under so much water and so many people flooded.... and also the tornadoes in the south. So sad.

    BTW ~ I keep forgetting to mention that my sister lives in Crofton. Thought that to be a small world tidbit.

    Thanks again!

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  3. Thank you for the link. Such powerful and thought provoking words. His words really personalize and bring home all that those in the paths of the tornadoes are experiencing. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Interesting reads about RVers. I find this type of lifestyle so exciting, but never considered the risks of weather problems that could be encountered. Thank you so much for sharing.
    Vic Driving Safety Advocate

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