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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?
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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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Tag Archives: Nevada
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
Exploring the Spring Mountains in southern Nevada last November, Bob spotted something. We stopped the Jeep on the gravel trail, and I pointed my camera. Snap. Snap. But the view wasn’t quite right. We drove a little further, parked the … Continue reading
If you’ve been following the long and strange 2015 journey of Bob and Ellen, you know we wound our way around the Western states, backtracking sometimes, avoiding hot temperatures and wildfire smoke when we could (dealing with it with a … Continue reading
[NOTE: This blog is lagging a bit — as usual — from our current travels. In early June we were in Great Basin National Park, inside Nevada near the Utah border.] Sometimes the weather just doesn’t cooperate for hiking, and … Continue reading
We’re strong believers in the phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” That goes for restaurants (we’re loyal until we have a bad meal, and even then we might give the place another chance, depending…) and hikes, because if … Continue reading
Baker, Nevada, the tiny town at the entrance of Great Basin National Park, fascinates me every time we’re there. With just a few buildings — a tavern, a restaurant, a cafe that’s open odd hours just a few days a … Continue reading