Greers Ferry Lake has one of the best volunteer programs in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Our volunteers bring a wealth of knowledge to the project and are able to assist team members in many different ways to help save tax payer’s money. Depending on a volunteer’s interest, they either stay in one of […]
Snow Mountain Ranch, CO Cool mornings, mountain scenery, friends around the fire, and rewarding work in a Christian environment – that’s volunteering and RVing at Snow Mountain Ranch (SMR). We’re Ernie and Sue Stones from Canyon Lake, TX, and we’ve volunteered at SMR for the past three summers. The first thought that comes to mind […]
My wife, Laura and I have been full-time RVing since August of 2011. After traveling the country for 6 months, we settled in Clermont, FL as a base of operations. We rented a site for 3 years before buying our own RV Lot at a luxury RV Resort. It is a place to call home, […]
The Clark County Shooting Complex is located where Decatur Blvd ends in the north end of Las Vegas at the base of the Sheep Mountain Range. In 2010, the Clark County Shooting Complex received the 5-Star Shooting Facility designation by the National Shooting Sports Foundation. As of today 30% of the facility’s construction has been […]
We pulled in to Heber Springs RV Park on the 1st of October- and everything after that was pretty much a blur. The time flew past with fun filled days or RV Training, putting the final touches on the Workamper Rendezvous and then hosting 200 attendees for the live event just last week! It’s been […]
When my wife and I were first looking into full time RVing, we read lots of books and blogs about the subject. Every book or blog we read had the following one sentence for couples, “Make sure you love your traveling partner!” This was good advice, but it wasn’t specific. It didn’t help me much. […]
It’s been a little over two weeks since we started this full time RV adventure and actually a lot has happened. Here it is in a quick run on sentence: Laundromats insane wind storms water heater discoveries leaking sinks our Big Move and learning to ride a bike.
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My husband Ross and I were eager to begin our RVing adventure with a few days exploring parts of New York we hadn’t seen before. What began as a dreary day turned sunny and warm while we drove. We passed some gorgeous towns in New Hampshire and Vermont, including Woodstock and the Killington area, but […]
The City of Rocks State Park IS a page right out of history. This natural wonder was created millions of years ago, a product of a volcanic monstrosity. The searing fragments piled high forming giant masses, a sort of welding process. Eventual erosion created the pillars and other various rock formations we see today.
There are still signs of early inhabitants throughout the area, most notably grinding tools. Wildlife and vegetation specific to the Southwest bring life and variety to this bedrock. Read more about Background on City of Rocks State Park …