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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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Tag Archives: birdwatching
Let’s get one thing straight: there is nothing boring out there. There are no dull stretches of highway. Every small town holds something amazing. If you look around and think, “There’s nothing here,” look again. Look harder — because you’re … Continue reading
Last year we left the Outer Banks of North Carolina to return westward. We spent some time traveling through the Midwest, stopping at Winnebago’s headquarters in Iowa (seems like an annual visit…), then in South Dakota, where we crossed the … Continue reading
Being on the ocean shore of North Carolina during early April meant birds were enjoying the warm weather on the beach as much as we were. This Whimbrel casually scoured the waves, looking for a tasty morsel… …while a male … Continue reading
Early spring found us along Lake Erie in northern Ohio, one of many areas attracting birdwatchers hoping to catch a glimpse of a two-legged flyer they can scratch off their life list. I’m not one of those bird watchers. But … Continue reading
Have you heard the riddle we grew up with? “What’s round on both ends and high in the middle?”* It was our destination early this spring — specifically near the southern Lake Erie shoreline, which the local marketing folks like … Continue reading
We’ve visited Yuma at least once every four years since we started full-timing. (You can read the original posts by going to the May 2010 archives.) Our first year, we spent more than five winter months here. We marvelled at … Continue reading