Well, we are here in Lake Harmony RV resort in Georgia, an inexpensive pleasant RV park where you can listen to the rain fall, the lighting boom, and the crickets and frogs sing at night. Truly peaceful and relaxing.. Zzzz wait, what?
We have enjoyed our almost one year road trip, learning as we go down the road. This time? That ammonia smell that comes from the fridge? This is not a good thing. Means a new fridge! So, about 5 grand later, we should have a new fridge with a 5 year warranty. They can repair the damaged coolant system for about 300 dollars less and a 90 day warranty. So we are opting for new and 5 years.
Then as we sit here, we are planning out our next adventures that will span the state of Florida with some scuba diving, a visit to the VA hospital, some DISNEY time, and then a return to Colorado for the ski season. We are still looking at purchasing property in Florida, but it is no longer a high priority deal. Instead, we have another priority. Lynda remains concerned that some small amount of cancer could rear its ugly head and wreak havoc on our lives again. Her concern is another ride on the roller coaster from hell. YAY we have good markers. BOO we have bad markers. YAY she feels good! BOO she has a tweak in her left toe. Things like that can seriously rock your world once your name and cancer are mentioned in the same sentence. So far, she remains clear, but the uncertainty rocks her world regularly.
With that being out there, our intent is to attack any cancer that may be lurking with a two prong approach. The first is to use baking soda the way we have in the past to fight it directly. That has worked. The other is to use “Cannabis Oil”. This treatment, now legal in Colorado, has a 70% or thereabout cure rate for advanced cancers. So we intend on using both. Essentially pulling in the nukes.
Downside? The cannabis oil packs a punch. tends to knock the patient out for the evening. But we will adapt and overcome. In the meantime, I am taking classes on how to grow it, as Florida is beginning to look at medical marijuana, and if I can get in on the ground level, grow this stuff and produce something that kills cancer and I can earn a living from it?
I am all over it.
So will see how it all pans out, but that has my interest. We will probably have her on it come September when we return to Colorado. We are looking into the various ski pass opportunities, Epic Local Pass or just a pass to Arapahoe Basin as we truly enjoyed it. Will see. I have a lot of options while Lynda pursues her Masters degree in complimentary and alternative medicine… And building a health coaching business while running her regular coaching business… (Can I say “Over Achiever” now?)
But we are rocking and rolling in the rig, having a wonderful time and enjoying life. To all those out there sharing this ride with us in whatever fashion you have, thank you. I cannot thank you all enough for following our adventures. I hope that you have enjoyed our ride thus far.
Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.