I am home! I may be houseless but I am not homeless. Home is where I feel loved. I feel loved in Wisconsin and Inverness, Florida.
Before I talk about that, though, I want to share with you the upcoming book sale.
AlzAuthors is running a sale on the books they share on their site. Read about me and my books on AlzAuthors.com. If you already read my books and are looking for something else entertaining and educational to read about dementia, they have quite the extensive list.
Starting the week of November 9th my first book, Alzheimer's Trippin' With George, goes on sale!
Normally $25 it will be on sale for $19.95 and the Kindle version for only $2.99!
Expect a reminder from me. A sale in time for Christmas!
Home Again Home Again
My house is my Weeroll for now. And checking the prices of houses here, I am sure it will be my house for a while.
When I Left You
Last I wrote to you I was near Augusta, GA. And though I was alone there I had a fabulous time. Besides getting some stuff done like taking junk I had accumulated to the Goodwill, I was able to bike a few places.
There is a trail that crosses Georgia and part of it was by the Petersburg Campground. I had never "mountain" biked before but I took my two wheel and tried the trail. Man that was hard work! After 4.5 miles I cut over to the road and rode up to the visitors center.
While crossing the dam that makes the Strom Thurmond Reservour I saw a poor what I thought was a crow hanging by its feet from probably a fishing wire.