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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: Idaho
My dictionary says an oddment is something left over. So here are some things that just didn’t fit into other posts… leftovers, you could say. Oddments. Odd oddments, at that. Things you don’t see every day. Like… …three antique cars, … Continue reading
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
Mid-July, you’ll remember, was crazy hot. Everywhere. Except one place. The beach. To get there, we traversed the Lolo Pass marking the border between Montana and Idaho… …following Route 12 along the stunning Lochsa River (I finally found out how … Continue reading
Southern Idaho is farm country. The potatoes grown here are famous for good reason. And getting them locally is, of course, best. Whenever we could get them with our meal, we ordered potatoes and could taste the difference, whether in … Continue reading
If you guessed French, guess again. Sure, sure. Some people set the bar with French cuisine, but we prefer Italian. I’m sure it was someone who sat down to a hot plate of pasta who invented the term, “comfort food.” … 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