Easter greeting

Sunday, April 1

Sun and shadows, Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, Arizona

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However you spend the gift of this day, may the blessings of Easter fill you with joy and gratitude.  — Love, Sue

P.S.  No need to respond, blogorinos.  Your caring messages throughout the calendar are enough greeting for me.  As always, you’re welcome to initiate and participate in conversations here.

 

 

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41 Responses to Easter greeting

  1. Sue S in PNW says:

    Happy Easter. Now back to cooking😋

  2. Ursula says:

    Happy Easter to you too, and happy trails down the road!

  3. JOAN LATRELL ROBERTS says:

    Happy Easter to you also!

  4. Kitt NW WA says:

    😊 Enjoy your day.

  5. Renee from Idaho says:

    May you have a blessed Eadter Sunday. What better way to celebrate but in the great cathedral of the outdoors!

  6. AZ Jim n' Detta says:

    Enjoy Easter Sunday with your wonderful fur kids, Missy.

  7. Alice says:

    HappyEaster Sue & Crew. May the boys find a bunny to play with.

  8. ValGal (westernWA) says:

    Happy Easter, Sue, the boys, and all the awesome Blogorinos!

    From very wet western WA.

  9. Happy Easter, oh April Fools,,, Happy Resurrection Day to all,,,, 🐾 👣👣

  10. Barb from Hoquiam! says:

    Happy Easter and wonderful SPRING to all. Thank you so much for a respite here and there and everywhere, Sue. You are cared about.

  11. Happy Easter from Horn Lake, Ms

  12. Cat Lady back home in Baton Rouge, La. says:

    Happy Easter, Sue and Crew and all our fellow blogerinos.

  13. Suzicruzi from The 'Couve says:

    Easter greetings everyone out there in Blogorino-Land. I hope today is treating you well.

    Cheers! Suzi.

  14. Archae says:

    Happy Easter everybody!!! 🥕🌸

  15. Glenda in OZ! says:

    Happy Easter to you and the crew Sue!!

  16. sandy arcari says:

    Happy Easter Sue and Crew. Just came in from our vintage 27 foot and dream of someday full timing in her. No slide though so it would be small….our tiny home and we love her. Do you have any regrets selling your sticks and bricks? Sandy

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      No regrets whatsoever. Not for a second. That’s me. YMMV. Do you have plans for a toad?

  17. barry says:

    RV Sue, After following your blog for 5-6 years, we are returning to RV travel. We are purchasing a Minnie Winnie 26A this week. We have owned two larger motorhomes. Can you recommend some other blogs for RV travel? I will continue to follow your travels and we want to boondock more than prior travel. Keep up having fun.

    Barry

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Barry,

      How exciting for you! I try not to have my blog’s comment section turn into a bunch of referrals so I suggest a good place to start your search of blogs is hitchitch.com and thebayfieldbunch.com. Al of the bayfield bunch keeps a list of blogs in his sidebar.

  18. Deena in Phoenix says:

    Happy Easter Sue, Crew and blogorinos!

  19. Cinandjules 🌵 says:

    Happy Easter! Love to RvSue and her crew Reg n Rog, all of the blogorinos and the lurkers!

  20. rvsueandcrew says:

    Thanks for the Easter wishes everyone! 🙂

  21. Rover Ronda (WA) says:

    Happy Easter!

  22. FloridaScott says:

    Happy Easter Sue, Reggie & Roger!

  23. Beautiful !!! Have a wonderful Easter dear lady 💕✌

  24. cc and canine ( now in Oregon) says:

    Haven’t commented lately, but still along for the ride….
    Happy Easter to Sue, the crew, and all the blogorinos!

  25. Chaunte in West TN says:

    Happy Easter to everyone here!

  26. Wendy - Thailand says:

    I hope everyone has a safe, enjoyable Easter.

  27. Jo in OR says:

    Happy Easter to RV Sue, little hopping bunny boys and extended bloggerino family. Peace and Blessings to all.
    Spring has sprung…April Fools

  28. Cathy says:

    Hey Sue! You are in Arizona wine country! While staying in Tuscon back in November, we took advantage of a wine tour offered by the Davis Monthan AFB famcamp. Enjoyed the scenery and was so delighted to see the very many vineyards!

  29. jean in Southaven, MS says:

    A day late, but Happy Easter anyway.

  30. Jesse (El Paso, Tx.) says:

    Happy belated Easter, Sue and crew.

  31. Terri in Tx. says:

    Hope your Easter was great! Cool photo, love it!

  32. Kathy in GR, MI says:

    Good morning Sue,

    I have a question for you regarding birding books. This is my third day at Organ Pipe National Monument and I so am wishing I had a reference book for the many many types of bird species I have seen since my arrival Saturday. And the sounds they make are incredible. I can hear the poorwills at night, actually was able to identify a gambel’s quail also. Too many to believe! Any book you’d recommend for General birding or even specifically Arizona bird life? I sure appreciate your giving it some thought.

    This Campground (Twin Peaks) is probably less than 1/4 full and so peaceful it’s incredible so thanks for your vote of confidence in my coming down here, Sue. The heat is very tolerable and I do have a campsite with a covered picnic table so that’s perfect. I’ll probably stay the rest of the week. Just wonderful!

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Kathy,

      I have an Audubon field guide, only because that’s what I found at a thrift store. Sibley’s is good, I believe. I like going to Cornell’s ornithology website, “All About Birds,” for identifying and for listening to bird calls. There are apps for identifying bird calls but I haven’t found one with good reviews.

      Desert USA is another good site for wildlife, birds, plants, etc. I bet the visitor center at Organ Pipe has pamphlets and information, too.

      I’m happy to learn there are a variety of birds there for you to enjoy, also that the heat isn’t an issue and you’re having a good time. 🙂

    • chas anderson says:

      One of my favorite spots.Left there several weeks ago and already miss it.The gift store has some books on the local birds.I saw a hooded oriole on the hike to Victoria Mine which starts right at the campground.

      • Kathy in GR, MI says:

        Thanks Chas and Sue! I have really been enjoying the all about birds site you referred me to, Sue. And thanks for the recommendation on stopping at the park gift shop to look for bird books. I picked up the brochures already but they have limited information. It is truly beautiful here. I can understand why you are missing it. Peaceful, quiet, and the best nature therapy ever.

  33. Susan says:

    Hi Sue, I found your blog a couple of years ago but recently I went back to the very beginning and just finished reading it all the way through. I think I would love your life and want to give it a try this summer. I am Canadian so I will start out up here in Alberta and BC. I have a trailer and tow vehicle now (I tested them out last summer for shorter trips but find the tow vehicle wanting so I may have to trade up) and I have a portable solar generator that is 500w – 200 dc and 300 ac when fully charged with 6 different plug-ins available on it. Called a River. Can’t wait to test that baby out.

    I was wondering about the need to use checks for some campsites. And the senior card. Do you know other Canadians that camp in the US like you do – do they have a US bank checking account? Or can you use cash? Can a non-US resident get the senior card?

    I noticed that Kevin and Ruth (travelwithkevinandruth.com) follow your blog! I follow theirs too.

    I have really enjoyed reading your blog all through. I totally identify with you and your need for solitude and quiet – except for canine company!

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Susan!

      Welcome to blogorinoland! Thank you for reading my blog from the beginning. I appreciate your interest.

      Sounds like you are preparing yourself well for the vagabond lifestyle. To answer your questions: I’m pretty sure the senior discount is for U.S. citizens only. (Unfortunately your comment is at the end of this comment stream and, if I’m wrong, there might not be anyone to set me straight!). Yes, you can use cash. Canadian currency isn’t accepted. Insert cash into the campground envelope and drop it in the slot.

      I’m not sure about Canadian checks, whether they are accepted or not. (Feel free to ask this again sometime under a new post and could you put something next to your name, like Susan from Canada? There are several Susans who comment and we need help keeping y’all straight in our minds. Thanks.)

      New post coming up soon!

  34. Geri in the FL panhandle! says:

    Happy belated Easter Sue and zoom zoom boys! Hope your day there was as perfect as it was here! 💗🌼🌻Everything is blooming!

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