Jim is a retired pastor and Theology professor traveling with his beautiful wife of 47 years Sandy and their faithful Yorkie, Henry. Sandy is a retired RN and Diabetes Educator. We hope to see a lot of this great nation, spend quality time with one another, and reconnect with the things that matter most: Faith, Family, and Friends. We would love to add you to that last category if Providence allows our paths to cross. We belong to Campers on Mission and hope to use our gifts for the Glory of God and the good of everyone we meet.
I can marry you, bury you, and teach you what the Bible says (if you're so inclined--but I won't push it on you). I grill a pretty good burger, but know very little about such manly arts as auto mechanics (I can gas her up, check the tires, and change the oil--after that, I call Goober). My wife is the one with all the skills--she is a Registered Nurse, specializing in Diabetes Education. She's also a great seamstress, and crafty person. She's been known to lay carpet, hang drywall, and do lots of yard work. Unlike her husband, she cannot do "nothing."
We have a male Yorkie named Henry. He's a strange little dude, but he loves everyone he sees. He puts up with travel in order not to be left alone.
Just about to go on our maiden voyage. I'll update this part as time goes on.
Our last home town was Social Circle, GA (yes, that's a real place--put your pinky up when you speak it in the voice of Thurston J. Howell III). It's about an hour east of Atlanta, and a very sweet little town. We have been fulltime RVers for a few years now and, like Abraham of old have "no enduring city here, but seek the one to come" Hebrews 13.14.
2019 Entegra Emblem 36H, pulling 2019 Ford Fiesta dinghy.
Couple came with there new motor home and stayed one night rather than the 3 they requested due to a relative in the area wanting them to come stay with them plus Jim required a good phone connection for business which Verizon is the only useable signal I have. They were very generous inviting me to dinner that evening at our local Bell restaurant. The cost of the meal reached far more than the energy they used. They will be welcome back any time they are in the area.
Very nice people, Fishfoodbooks can come back anytime. Good luck with the new RV, it’s beautiful.
Brock and Jill