Thanksgiving’s about staying connected

Hello, Everyone!

Ever since last night the internet connection has been very poor, so I’ll keep this short.  I want you to know I’ve read and appreciate your comments, but I can’t reply at this time. Maybe the connection will improve later today or tomorrow.

Thank you for your kind wishes for our day.

Happy Thanksgiving to all

“Okay, Bridge. Here’s the deal. We wait until RVSue goes into the little room and shuts the door. Then we high-tail it out of here and get in line over at the church. I hear they have turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, candied yams, pie…oh, yeah, lots of pie . . .”

from RVSue, Bridget and Spike

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44 Responses to Thanksgiving’s about staying connected

  1. Joe says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you Sue from Joe and Debbie- Pinnacles campground host DuBoisWy

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Happy Thanksgiving to you, too! Your campground is still my favorite. Nice to know you drop in here… Maybe I’ll be back there next summer. Gotta’ see the vault toilet improvements . . .

  2. Mick says:

    Santa is aware of your on going internet problems.

  3. Glenda Cornwill says:

    Oh Sue Spike is so funny………always trying to lead Bridget astray !!! We don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in Australia, but sure hope your day is very special. Big hugs to you and the crew!!!

  4. lynn says:

    Happy Thanksgiving RVSUE!!!! I’ve been catching up on your new adventures. Janie and Romeo are Bridget’s and Spike’s biggest fans. We are so grateful to share in your adventures and wish for you many more exciting years of fun and freedom. Being thankful for knowing you and wishing you well from the heart of the boonies. luv, lynn, chuck,, romeo, janie, kat and kitty.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi Lynn! I’m typing as fast as I can, hoping my connection doesn’t drop. So delighted to hear from you. I think of you often, wonder how you’re doing at work and also at home with Janie. Your kindness helped make my new life possible.

      I hope you had a great Thanksgiving Day. Enjoy the long weekend! Hello to Chuck and your menagerie, too!

  5. mockturtle says:

    Thanksgiving greetings to Sue and the crew from Bucky and me.

  6. Marcia says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and the crew! We check in on you everyday to brighten our day.
    Marcia and Bellatheweinerdog

  7. cinandjules says:

    Happy Thanksgiving! Wait until RVSue closes the door to the little room…………hah! Quite the characters you hang around with! Enjoy your evening. Thanks for taking the time to blog your travels in life.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      You’re welcome. I hope you both have an enjoyable weekend. Yes, I look at my crew and can’t help but think, what a pair of weirdos! I love them so much!

  8. Julia G says:

    ~Happy Thanksgiving Second Family~ Sue, Bridget & Spikey, I hope you all have had a wonderful day together!!. Im thankful for all of you this year and I hope we all have many many more years of friendship and laughter!! We, have done nothing all day and I plan on continuing this streak right thru the weekend!!(now your caught up on my life..LOL) Love You’s All

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      What a sweet comment, Julia! I hope your weekend is what you want it to be. Thanks for reading my blog and sending good thoughts our way. The crew didn’t get a turkey dinner, but, believe me, they loved the hot dogs!

  9. Happy Thanksgiving from the whole gang here….. Jerold, Tawnya, Brian, Scott, Melissa, Taylor Beth, Elly, Jake and of course Me. I am so thankful that you and crew are happy and healthy and enjoying your new life. I love you, My Dear Sister.

  10. Sherry says:

    Go for it Spike! But at least bring Sue a plate huh??
    Happy Thanksgiving to you three from me!!

  11. Kathy says:

    HI SUE- I was so touched by Chuck and Jeri’s rememberance of T day last year…you have great friends! Hope you are having a nice day. It’s so nice when your family checks in. I had a wonderful visit and meal with my mother and she has a house full of relatives. I checked OUT!

    Almost fell asleep driving back to TorC. Just wanted to say HI. K with a K

  12. geogypsy2u says:

    Happy Thanksgiving. I’m curious what Santa has in mind.

  13. Angie2B says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Sue! Tell us how you celebrated when you get a chance. 🙂 –Angie

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi Angie! Our Thanksgiving Day was like any other day, which would be a sad thing to say except “any other day” is great! I’m thankful for the many good people who read my blog and write kind messages here.

  14. Kathryn says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Susan and Crew!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I think of you often!!!

  15. Happy Thanksgiving to you and the crew !!

  16. gingerda says:

    Happy Thanksgiving, Sue, I hope you enjoyed your day.

  17. Kellee says:

    Happy Thanksgiving to you, Spike and Bridget! Thank YOU for your beautiful writing and honesty! Hope the slabs treat you well!

    Kellee and Becker (the wonder terrier!)

    PS: Becker does the sit and I don’t want to walk thing also, but he has no excuse – just laziness!

  18. Jack says:

    Almost have to agree on solo Thanksgiving day. I went to a gathering yesterday and it was pretty much ruined due to one woman’s constance political snipping. Poor manners will always spoil a happy time.

  19. LuAnn says:

    Hope you three had a great day. 🙂

  20. jean says:

    Glad your day was just your kind of day. you never mention your diet. are you still following it? Enjoy the Slabs.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      I’m not on the Dukan diet right now. Once I got to my target weight I eased off it. I have adopted some of its tenets… Breakfast is still no-fat milk with oat bran and I stay away from sugar.
      Lean meat is important for the diet. Shopping in these small groceries in small, rural towns . . . I got a package of deli turkey that was slimy. Yuck! It turned me off deli turkey and without that, the diet is hard to do. I also need access to Greek yogurt at an affordable price, another difficulty with small town groceries.

      I think I can go back on the deli meat again, enough time has passed since that bad experience.. Now I have to camp somewhere that I can replenish the Greek yogurt and deli meat easily. I love that I know a tool that works to control my weight!

  21. Carol says:

    did you do your part for the economy on black Friday?
    I always go to your blog firstcuz enjoy it so, what disappointment if there’s nothing new, no pressure meant.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      I stopped shopping on the Friday after Thanksgiving about 30 years ago.

      • Connie & Mugsy says:

        I’ve got you beat. I have never shopped the Friday after Thanksgiving… and never even considered it. I’ve always hated crowds… and shopping. 🙂

        • rvsueandcrew says:

          Yeah, it’s almost an affront to womanhood… hating shopping. But I do, too! I hate it so much, when I had to buy clothes to look good at work… If I found something presentable and reasonably priced that fit me, I’d buy two or three, just to cut down on the need to shop.

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