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A little girl in the back of a car, a lost stuffed toy in the desert, a frantic mother missing a child... they all seem related, but can Walt and Betty Rollin stay out of trouble themselves long enough to make the connections -- before someone ends up dead?
Walt and Betty Rollin are at it again! Read this newest Rollin RV Mystery adventure on your favorite e-reader for just $2.99!
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A simple bird watching venture into Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge in the Outer Banks of North Carolina turns Betty Rollin's birthday into one she'll never forget.
The first installment in the Rollin RV Mystery Series featuring full-time RVers Walt and Betty Rollin is now available in e-book format for just $1.99 -- iBook, Nook, Kobo, Kindle... your choice. Get your copy today!
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The second edition of Road Tales includes a never-before-published story featuring Walt and Betty Rollin! For a full description and information on ordering a print version, click the Buy Now button below or the image above.
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Category Archives: Insects
…have Bob and Ellen gone? The blog has been quiet, but we’ve been busy. Over the winter we left Yuma for southern California and were mesmerized by how green the desert and hills looked after all the rain that had … Continue reading
The last several posts have described our unexpected adventure into the sub-freezing winter whiteness during a January visit to South Dakota to trade in our Jeep for one we’d ordered (which we’d been assured would be delivered in the spring… … Continue reading
Back in August, we debated about whether to stay in Trout Creek, Montana, the full three weeks we’d reserved or cut out early. Why? Wildfires. Not just one. Many. Surrounding us on all sides. Everybody in the northwest was near … Continue reading
This past June we had some business to take care of in Nampa, Idaho, so we sauntered up that way from Great Basin National Park. A lot of people think full-time RVing is one long vacation. We can give you … Continue reading
When you live in an RV, you come to appreciate (if you didn’t already) the tiny things in life. The value of small. The benefit of reducing everything in your life to the essentials. Every now and then, we come … Continue reading
…and high in the middle? O-HI-O! Early this summer, we worked our way eastward, back to the Great Lakes where we grew up and spent most of our years before graduating to the full-time RV lifestyle. Family matters called us … Continue reading