Rock Springs WY to Montpelier ID
We are in Idaho. IDAHO! The state where Dennis has spent the last two summers, the place he's been telling me about since we first started talking. All our travel plans were made with this state in mind. It's very exciting to have crossed the state lines! We have a very few (double digits!!!!) more miles to go . . .
clearing the air
The following is an atypical blog article. It is a clearing of the air; born of the need to be true to who I am, to not be dishonest. I feel this is the best way to get this message to the people back home. I will not be forcing my views on anyone. This blog's purpose (sharing our life experiences as full-time RVers) has not . . .
700 miles (almost)
...and we're still in Texas
If we'd come straight west when we crossed from Louisiana, we'd only have 70-odd miles to go before we'd reached the far border (at the state's widest point). Understatement alert: Texas is a big state. It's my first time to be in it beyond flying in . . .
Living big in a tiny home
First, some business:
Thanks to a new feature from our blog host, there's a link to our photo gallery at the top of our home page. The pictures in this article are included, plus extras. I'll be uploading more photos periodically and adding more galleries. As always, you can click on any picture in an . . .
It's vegetable time!
Hello from eastern Texas!
We are enjoying a sunny, breezy day! This finds us between campsites, making use of free WiFi in a quiet, clean laundromat. Clean clothes for the win!
Edit: We were dazzled by this sunset sky at our new campsite on Lake Winnsboro later in the day:
A few observations on our travels in . . .
The heat source that warms us twice
So you want to build a fire...
I suppose it would be possible to live as we do and never build a campfire - but, my, what a travesty! Forsaking something so basic and essential to humanity’s existence? Nope, not okay in our book. So, we have fires.
To have campfires, we must have firewood. Here . . .
Oh, right - snowbirds stay south for the winter for a reason.
Even with the cold, it’s nice to be in the woods again, amongst tall, tall trees. There’s a mix of hardwood and evergreen. Cedar trees are common. A couple . . .