Taking a break to write this post. If you read my post, A Year of RVing, you know we are going to be looking for a new travel trailer soon. I wanted to start this yesterday, but I felt so crummy as my sleep has been very off kilter. So, today after getting some decent … Continue reading So it begins….
Lazy days. The long weekendLazy daysFor chocolateMy sweet familyPortable personal fansHot bathsMy dogs
On the bay side of the Outer banks area in North Carolina, I spotted a bunch of these floating around and I have no idea what it is!! Who can help? Please comment if you know!
SayWhat.Forms on GitHub and NuGet After writing my guide on how to do dynamic localization, I realized how clunky it feels. There are other frameworks out there that you can use and bulkier patterns that could accomplish the same thing as I am doing here, but I felt there was a much simpler approach to … Continue reading Introducing SayWhat.Forms: A Simple Localization Framework for Xamarin.Forms
It all started after we rented a Class A RV to go see the solar eclipse in Tennessee in 2017. We wanted to remain mobile in the event that if the weather was not optimal where we were, then we could travel to a better location. We thought it was such a cool experience to … Continue reading A Year of RVing
https://koa.com/campgrounds/cape-hatteras/ Length of stay: 6 nights, site # 204 & 329 Overall Score: 4.86 Security Rating: 5/5 There is a full staff of KOA attendants that circle the perimeter and some that live on site. I felt very safe, and allowed my kid to roam campus. There were a lot of retirees and young family … Continue reading KOA Cape Hatteras OBX, North Carolina
I couldn't sleep well. I have a mixed bag of sleeping issues from time to time. I am used to the deprivation when it happens. The words "used to" has an entire meaning we tend to ignore, which is funny, because that's what it means. Being used to something implies that you're no longer affected … Continue reading Embracing the Chilly Breeze for the Sunrise
https://koa.com/campgrounds/anderson/ Length of stay: 2 nights, site # 30 Overall Score: 4 Security Rating: 5/5 I felt pretty comfortable walking around the campsite alone, and allowing my 11 year old to ride his scooter without much worry. The roads are gravel, and short. It's hard for anyone to speed or drive recklessly. Most people seemed … Continue reading Lake Heartwell KOA, Anderson, SC
Go to full example on GitHub It's a common practice to localize applications these days to help attract more users. Many implement localization based on the settings of the device, and generally speaking that is a fine practice as most mobile devices only have one user and will likely want to view all of their … Continue reading Dynamic Localization in Xamarin.Forms with Prism
Overall Rating: 4.5/5 Site 39 Since my husband and I are both remote workers, we decided to go camping during our son's spring break. I wanted us to be near the beach, but wasn't wanting to drive to Florida. In a short google search I found an RV resort not far from the beaches. Nestled … Continue reading North Myrtle Beach RV Resort & Dry Dock Marina