A sunny and brisk day beckoned us to go in search of waterfalls. This area of South Carolina boasts some of the most majestic waterfalls in the country; in fact, there are more waterfalls along the Chattooga River that runs through North Carolina, South […]
Who let the dogs do WHAT?? Who? Who? Who?
We made it to Arizona last Monday. It was a long, three-day event-filled trip from Idaho. I suppose we kind of like it that way; uneventful sounds rather boring these days. Smile. This is our first time pulling this rig on the highway, so we were curious how it would do. We averaged 6.5 mpg. Wahoo? Read more about Who let the dogs do what? …
So when we meet people, which happens frequently, we get asked the same questions…I should get a t-shirt made the front says I’m a full time RVer and back is the questions.
- Where are you going next?
- What is your favorite place?
- What do you do for work?
It’s like I’m psychic, but I swear every time. Read more about Workamping is not a secret- …
It’s been a full year since we drove away from our three story sticks and bricks home and moved our essential belongings, including our furry babies, into our 26 foot motorhome we lovingly refer to as Starbuck. We had officially moved into our RV on my husband’s 30th birthday, December 19th, 2014. We took our […]
In the heart of the copper-covered hills in Bisbee, Arizona, you’ll find a unique community. It’s full of artists and musicians, hippies and dreamers, homeless and the well-off alike. This wonderful mix of people live in a quirky place, with homes built into hillsides and businesses up and down stairs so prevalent there is an […]
Little did I know at the time I took off on my southward adventure in January 2016 that I would stumble upon my Workamping destination for my 2017 winter “home”. Since I was fairly new to the RVing lifestyle, I made a few mistakes regarding how to plan my camping destinations in Florida. I stayed […]
We’ve been parked at the Riverside RV Park in Boise for about 3 weeks. FUN!
It’s beautiful right next to the greenbelt and river. We’ve enjoyed long walks and AMAZING bike rides. Read more about Living in a van down by the river …
Although the chances for rain were slim today according to the weatherman, by noon it was damp and dreary and staring to drizzle. This was quite a shift from yesterday which was warm and beautiful – a “sit outside in shorts while reading day!” Rather than stay inside and succumb to the weather, we hit the […]