Blogs from Anderson, South Carolina, United States, North America


North America » United States » South Carolina » Anderson October 2nd 2012

The rain is poring down as I am writing this. I am sitting in my favorite spot in my little home on wheels. My dogs both sound a sleep and happy. Scout came and snuggled up and is snoring. With mixed feelings I am writing down what had happened in the month of my breakdown in South Carolina. I feel sad to leave my new friends behind and get ready to move on. I am happy that I had found the Axel, and then there are some not so comfortable feelings about ... well I guess thats the story of a breakdown.... Almost a month ago I heard the sickening noise of breaking my differential and the rescue action by Pete and Chris. I am endlessly grateful to have met the brothers and was able to ... read more

North America » United States » South Carolina » Anderson August 23rd 2010

08-20-10 Weeks of fighting with my insurance company and searching the south for a good replacement bike were finally coming to an end. Early Friday morning my wife and I loaded up in my F-150 and headed to Anderson, SC to look at a really good looking Suzuki V-Strom (DL 650) that I located on Craig’s List. The three hour drive seemed to last forever, but was worth it when I pulled up and saw my new bike sitting in the stranger’s driveway. I looked at my wife and just smiled. After introducing ourselves to the bike owner’s wife, husband was out of town; I asked for the keys and jumped on the DL. I was only gone for a few minutes and I was headed back to the owner’s home. The bike road like a ... read more
New Bike
DL 650

North America » United States » South Carolina » Anderson August 17th 2010

Libre al fin!! Hemos cruzado la primera frontera, y no fue fácil. Dejamos atrás Carolina del Norte, o North Cackalacky como le dicen los locales. Muchas veces, aunque extranjero, me sentí local en Cackalacky, pero así es la vida, es cruzar fronteras para crecer. Estamos en Carolina del Sur, donde mi suegro Cap y Teresa la madrastra de Fern. La casa de Cap y Teresa es siempre una maravilla de admirara, la construyó el, con sus manos, su diseño, con amigos y familia, de la misma manera que lo queremos hacer nosotros. Como es en esta zona con 4 estaciones, la casa es solar pasiva y rodeada de bosque. En esta semana le vamos a meter hongos Shitake y Pollo del Arbol, dos excelentes hongos comestibles gourmet y que ya teníamos el micelio (similar a las ... read more
Cap and Theresa's
Cap and Theresa's
Cap and Theresa's

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