Transitions in the RVing life
Howdy from Eye-dee-hoooh! We're watching fall approach in Island Park, ID, loving this campfire weather. Prior to this summer we'd been off the road for over a year while searching for a new vehicle, then prepping it as well as a newer camper for travel - hence, silence on the blog.
Thoughts on our . . .
Buffalo Run RV Park and Cabins
We're hanging out in Florida, where I'm happy to report we see sunny days more often than overcast ones! I don't say this to inspire envy in anyone, and I want to remind you that spring really, truly is coming! We are glad to have only briefly experienced wintry weather - two bouts of serious cold and one ice storm.. . .
Our favorite encounters
Aminals! (misspelling intentional) In Idaho!
I think the number one reason life on the road is so attractive is the guarantee that you will see and experience things you never have before. Diversities of people, food, nature - so many aspects of life to experience! I find that the new sights and sounds and memories don’t take away . . .
The merits of riding slow
We’re back in Georgia and enjoying some very nice fall days, and the opportunity to unwind after several weeks’ travel. We left Island Park seemingly at just the right time: we woke up to a thermometer reading in the high 20s the first day of our trip!
Montana morning hayfields
Riding . . .
It's summertime in Island Park
Might I introduce you?
It is my great pleasure to (virtually) welcome you to Island Park, Idaho! I'm enjoying a beautiful sunny summer day from the second floor of the Island Park Library. Wide-open windows and two hard-working ceiling fans circulate the fresh mountain air. It's a great setting from which to give you a brief first glance . . .
Hippie buses and bike races
We've done quite a bit of work on the van and finished one very exciting (for us) project in the camper. Today's article will take you through our radiator fan project, and tell you a little about the areas we stayed in when we did the work.
Our story begins in Oklahoma
Lake Park in Elk City was a . . .
Installation and testing (with pictures)
Since this article is long and picture-heavy, I've published our travel update with pictures in a separate post. A link at the bottom of this post will take you to that article.
Our 16’ Casita now has a permanent heater powered by propane and electric.
I hope I can accurately express how amazing it . . .