About Us...

'Hector', Picture taken at Hoover Dam, 2005,  standing under the Hoover Dam monument.

I was raised in a small town in Texas called Winnie, about 30 miles from Beaumont.  After working in the oil industry in the United States, I accepted an international position in the middle east.  I transferred back to the United States after 11 years and eventually retired at the ripe old age of 50.  That's right, 50!  Don't knock it until you have tried it! 

I have had so many hobbies throughout the years that I will only mention my current hobbies of computers and travel.  Computers seem to be part of everyday life in today's world, boy am I glad!  Since we have bought the RV, our life has been filled with adventurous travels.  I clearly see RV'ing as being in our life for many years to come.

I have had great opportunities to coach and mentor my son and feel fortunate to have had the chance.  (Thanks John, for allowing me to influence your life.)

We are enjoying life now by being able to accept sacrifices and remaining disciplined when we were younger.  Our life has been very good and feel fortunate to continue to be so blessed.  Life is great!


 "Lee", Picture taken at Hoover Dam, 2005, standing on the dam structure.

I was born and raised in Texas and moved around often during my younger years. My life before I met Hector mostly seemed to be a little hectic and confusing. Someone said that life begins at 50. My life began when I met Hector, at the young age of 35. I am sooo thankful to all our previous partners that things worked out the way they did, so I could meet Hector.  Thank you!!  Hector is MY 'knight in shining armor'. Together we have worked hard for the betterment our life, for ourselves, my/our son John, and family.  He supported raising John and assured he was off to a great start.  I have followed Hector to all corners of the earth, and then some, in support of our family.  My hobbies are cooking, gardening and traveling.  Since our nest is now empty, we are enjoying our adventurous exploring and seeing the real America.  Life is GOOD!