How to Handle Cold Weather

November 18, 2019 (by Jimmy) – It snowed last week, and that got me thinking about passing some information on to those of you who may not have stayed in a residential vehicle on a cold winter night. First, let’s discuss the RV itself. If you are going to spend time in an extremely cold…

Vandalized!

February 3, 2019 (by Angela) I knew he was up to no good. He and his pals had been casing the joint. I’d run him off several times. In those instances, he’d often jump to a nearby tree, turn, and stare down at me with his dark, beady eyes. Often, I felt that if he…

Rambling Rivers & Twisting Trails

January 29, 2019 (by Angela) Over the last few years, we’ve become fans of Florida’s state parks. If you look at posts from February (or maybe even early March) 2017, you’ll see how much Jim, Chewie, and I enjoyed our day-visits to several of the Florida parks; however, it was not until this month that…

Fantastic First Weekend in Steelville, MO

June 10, 2018 (by Angela) With us moving every 4 weeks currently, moving weekends don’t really count for fun and exploring. Since last weekend was a moving weekend, this was our first weekend to explore our home on the roam for now. It has been a whirlwind of investigation, but Jim, Chewie, and I are…

Loving South Central Kentucky

April 28, 2018 (by Angela) Jim, Chewie, and I moved to south central Kentucky the first weekend of April. If you have read I need to go back to work, so I can slow down, you know that our first week here was extremely busy. We did take time to make a quick stop at…

Unfortunate Things Still Happen While on the Road

March 29, 2018 (by Angela) Yes, it’s been a bit since we’ve written a post. No, more rain is not the unfortunate things to which I am referring, though when one wants to be out and about exploring, too much rain is unfortunate. After leaving Wet Texas and spending a sunny week in Comfort, Texas, Jim…

Greetings from Wet Texas!

March 1, 2018 (by Angela) No, that was not a typo. I meant “Wet” Texas. From the moment Jim and I crossed into East Texas on the 3rd of February, it has rained. I think we may have had at most 4 or 5 rain-free days since we arrived in Texas. I had to purchase…

Not an Idyllic First Week in Texas

February 11, 2018 (by Angela) In Two Firsts and Two Rarities, we shared about our arrival at a campground SSE of Dallas, Texas. Our hopes for this past week met mixed results. Yes, I do feel better than last weekend, but I am no where near well. I’m on week three of this respiratory/sinus crud.…