How to Survive

Before we left on this adventure, we researched how other people lived on the road and tried to take advice from those people.  The majority of RVers are retired and do not need to worry about an income but there are others out there who are doing something similar to us.  Many of them work mobile... Continue Reading →

My 2015 Blog Review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,900 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 48 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the... Continue Reading →

An Arizona Christmas

The holidays are a time for family and celebration, of being together with people that you love.  Though we were far away from our parents and friends this holiday, we had the great fortune of spending Christmas with another amazing part of our family!  This year, we had our first Arizona Christmas and it was... Continue Reading →

On This Day

Six months ago I lost my son, best friend, and the love of my life.  Not a day goes by that I don’t think about him, that I don’t miss him.  Some days I can think of all the happy times with fondness and longing, some days are just filled with pain and an ache... Continue Reading →

Some of these Places

In two months, we have had the privilege to see some pretty amazing places.  On our search to find our next "landing spot," we try to picture our lives in each of the cities we pass through and each of the different climates and landscapes we stay in.  We always check out what the price... Continue Reading →

Looking for the Heat

Just like owning a home, nobody tells you about all the pitfalls of owning an RV until after you have one.  They are like boats; you're always doing some sort of maintenance on them and the maintenance is expensive.  Our newest bit of fun: a squealing furnace. Of course, as soon as we park in... Continue Reading →

Back in New Mexico

Our first day of extensive travel in almost a month!  We decided that it was safer for us to head south again than to travel over the mountains (not trying to experience that again in the winter).  So instead of seeing the Sand Dunes like we wanted, we cut south instead to avoid higher elevation... Continue Reading →

A Time for Celebration

A brief update of our final days in Colorado... We went into the mountains again yesterday and picked one of the worst days possible.  Of course, we decided to go while it was snowing (because that was so smart of us the first time).  This time, we took the Jeep and went to explore the... Continue Reading →

Exploring Colorado

Castles, wine tasting, giant canyons, and dark small town histories.  We spent the past few days exploring some interesting aspects of Colorado.  On Saturday, we visited Bishop Castle.  I remember going here when I was younger and thinking it was pretty amazing so we decided to take the cousins and Andy to explore the castle... Continue Reading →

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