• You probably know this already, but the content of this blog is copyrighted, and you need to ask for my written permission before you quote it or publish it. Don’t be copying and pasting my stuff onto your own blog, or your Facebook page, or printing it in your newsletter, until you’ve asked me first and I’ve given the written okay.  (If you are re-posting a blog article in its entirety, with a link to my website, that is permissible without my prior approval.)
  • Please don’t quit your job, sell your house and all of your belongings, buy an RV, or live in an RV because I did it. But if you do, don’t blame me if it turns out to be harder than you thought, or if it isn’t all you dreamed it would be.  Life is tough sometimes, and usually it’s nobody’s fault; it just is.
  • This blog is for entertainment and information only.  I am sharing my thoughts, experiences and feelings, but I am not an encyclopedia.  By the time you read something I wrote, it may no longer be accurate (if it was ever completely accurate from the start!).  Don’t rely on any information you see here; you should verify the accuracy of any information that is important to you.
  • I’m not an expert on RVs, toads or towing systems, propane, power inverters, gas or diesel engines, generators, or anything of a mechanical nature. I’m not a doctor, so if I write about healthy choices, my chronic disease, or how I’m managing it, that’s just how I do it.  I’m also not an expert on all laws, even though I am a lawyer.  As I travel I may write about a specific state’s or area’s rules regarding RVs, but don’t rely on my information. Do your own research, and verify the data that is important to you.  And geez, I shouldn’t have to say this, but you and I do not have an attorney-client relationship simply because I’m a lawyer and you read what I wrote and looked at the pretty pictures.
  • If I tell you about a product or service I tried, I’m not endorsing it. For example, if you buy the same camp stove I reviewed but you hate it, then our personal tastes, situations, and preferences are just different, and you don’t get to sue me because it didn’t work for you.  If you have any issues with a product or service, work it out with the seller or vendor.  (My name is Paul – it’s between y’all.)
  • Your privacy is important to me; I won’t give any of your personal contact information to any companies or spammers. But, I can’t control what advertisers or blog commenters who visit my blog do, so don’t put anything here for public consumption that you don’t want anyone to know, like your full name, where you live, your blood type, social security number, phone number or physical address, sperm count, or any email addresses you want to keep private.
  • Life is evolving. Change is the only constant.  I might decide to shut down the blog, change its focus or layout or terms of use, or delete certain content, and it’s my right to do so.  No whining.
  • It is not my intent to malign or disparage any person, group, or idea. Any opinions I express are just that – my personal opinions. Be warned: I am a carnivore. I like to imbibe. I am not religious. I am a proud Liberal. I curse like a sailor. I believe in Equal Protection, for everyone.
  • I’m not getting paid by anyone for my opinions (if that ever changes, I’ll let you know). My opinions are personal opinions and not the opinions of any firms I’ve ever worked at, or any clients I’ve ever represented, or any groups I’ve ever joined.
  • You’re welcome to leave comments, but I may delete anything that is spam or questionable spam, off-topic, vulgar or profane, offensive, threatening or hateful, anonymous, or just downright mean-spirited or rude. Be nice, please.
  • If I post a link to a blog or website, please understand I don’t control the content of that blog or website. If that site on the other end of the link offends your eyeballs in some way, one click will close it.
  • If you make or drink any of my featured cocktails, you’d better be over the age of 21, and don’t you dare get behind the wheel and drive anywhere if you imbibe.  Don’t be an idjit.

Now, go have fun!