Atomic RV Tourism – The Trinity Site

Atomic RV Tourism – The Trinity Site

The Trinity site is where the first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16, 1945, three weeks before the weapons were used at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The Manhattan Project had been working at a feverish pitch in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and needed a nearby test site, so...
Pondering while Wandering

Pondering while Wandering

It’s hard not to notice things when traveling.  A few jump out and practically hammer you upside the head like national parks, storms and wonders of the world. A lot of the time, though, it’s the small, weird and unusual, or just the difference between here and there...
Camping in Big Bend National Park

Camping in Big Bend National Park

Now that the weather's cooling off, those of you looking for unique camping spots along the southern stretches of the country may want to consider Big Bend National Park. I was there in the spring of last year and the locale so impressed me that Big Bend made my Ten...
RV Accessory: Dash Stick Pad

RV Accessory: Dash Stick Pad

Here's a cool idea: The Dash Stick Pad. It's a very cool little pad that affixes itself to your dashboard with no glue, no tape, no residue but can then hold just about anything you put on top of it: A GPS unit, your mobile phone, sunglasses, pens, coins, pretty much...
Returning To My Stick Home

Returning To My Stick Home

I arrived home, in San Diego on Friday night. I feel like I kind of limped home as my check engine light came on about 45 minutes from the house. Oh no!! I am finding it easy to write blogs at the Mercedes dealerships. Heh, Heh. This morning I am sitting, once again,...
Stop and Smell the Sage

Stop and Smell the Sage

The last few years, I’ve driven out west several times. In fact, I just did recently.  It’s a long drive from Missouri.  Many folks say it’s boring, monotonous and don’t like it.  Truthfully, I don’t just drive across- I stop often and linger, sometimes for days,...