Winter Travel- Will We Do It Again?

When will our troubles end? We left our last post after we successfully fixed our frozen pipe and clogged drain at home.  after everything was fixed and we were able to get some much needed rest, we started emptying the van and preparing for winter storage again as there is aplenty of winter left.  We … Continue reading Winter Travel- Will We Do It Again?

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Run For The Border ❤️ If Anything Can Go Wrong, It Will!

We left the Lost Alaskan RV Park in Alpine and started heading north east. There is still a lot of Texas to go through and we drove through Fort Stockton to the Odessa Meteor Crater, an anticlimactic crater if we ever saw one.  The crater is of one of several impact sites in the area … Continue reading Run For The Border ❤️ If Anything Can Go Wrong, It Will!

7 Simple Ways To Share Your Location When Traveling

Our last post did not generate much discussion, but was successful in raising concerns for our safety with our family and friends.  A lot of it stemmed from pictures such as the one above that suggested remote locations.  In line with that, some of the discussion on the different social media forums veered towards how … Continue reading 7 Simple Ways To Share Your Location When Traveling

To Share Or Not To Share – How To Evaluate A Missing Person Situation?

We would like to interrupt our picturesque travel report to discuss a disturbing situation that had unfolded this week.  As much as we love sharing beautiful pictures and fun travel stories, we realize that there may be a darker side to RVing, and to how we, as a community, deal with emergency situations. The goal … Continue reading To Share Or Not To Share – How To Evaluate A Missing Person Situation?

Burros, Cacti, and Rocks (The Desert Is Boring They Say…)

If you don't don't like donkeys, cacti, or rocks, don't even bother clicking on this link or reading on! We started a slow retreat east, and at one point we will sadly have to start heading north.  in the meantime, we were able to boondock in a few areas that we would really like to … Continue reading Burros, Cacti, and Rocks (The Desert Is Boring They Say…)

Quartzsite And Rubber Tramp Rendezvous Reflections

We didn't think we'll like Quartzsite, and weren't too sure about the RTR either. It sounded crowded and busy and sure to come with lots of noise and traffic havoc. It wasn't. Quartzsite is just a really interesting cultural phenomena. Not sure if it's where old hippies go to die, or young one come to … Continue reading Quartzsite And Rubber Tramp Rendezvous Reflections