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Last week I wrote about our two week RV boondocking stay on Mineral Creek, three miles west of Silverton, Colorado.…
The temperature outside my Roadtrek in the driveway of our Michigan home was 34 degrees this morning. That's the coldest…
Spanning the two Michigan peninsulas is the Mackinac Bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere . It is…
It's too late in the season to be talking about camping at 10,000 feet now, but let me tell you…
I hate flying. In my past life as a journalist, I was frequently in the air, flying here or there…
When blog reader Harry Salt sent me these spectacular photos, I just knew I had to share them. They are…
I have been home two weeks now. Although it took a bit of time my Roadtrek is cleaned inside and…
The active RV season in the north is on limited time as the cold weather approaches but before many of…
My last few years of work before retirement were fairly hectic: a government position in times of political and financial…
Ah… the Sound of Silence. There really is a sound to it, you know. On a boondocking trip deep in…
Well, the government is shut down, but you'd never know it out on the prairies and ridgelines of the great…
The Trinity site is where the first atomic bomb was detonated on July 16, 1945, three weeks before the weapons…
It’s hard not to notice things when traveling.  A few jump out and practically hammer you upside the head like…
I arrived home, in San Diego on Friday night. I feel like I kind of limped home as my check…
The RV life is so much fun because you don't know what adventure is around the next bend. But the…
Chaco Canyon stands alone as the most impressive pre-Columbian site in North America. This vast ruin was constructed by the…
I've written before about the national forests, Bureau of Land Management areas, and Corp of Engineers campgrounds where you can…
People often express disbelief that I've been fulltiming for three years when they see my rig. It just doesn't look…
All my life as a journalist- for more than three decades – I’ve been on deadline. The presses would roll,…
This morning I am sitting in the Mercedes dealership in Provo, Utah. Yep that is right, you heard me correctly.…
  I left KC 6 days ago and drove like mad, across 4 states to Silver Falls State Park in…
One of the frustrations about RVing is having enough power outlets for all of our electronic gadgets. Here’s an easy…
Saturday was an unstructured day, true to the vision of our spiritual leader, Yan. Everyone woke up, had coffee, and…
When we first started out 18 months ago, I have to admit, I had my doubts about a life of…
We're spending our last few days on the Pacific coast before we head inland to Yan's Roadtrek gathering this weekend,…
In Hershey, PA this week (Sept 9-15), the largest RV show in the world will be drawing tens of thousands of…
I use a lot of cameras while we travel North America in our Roadtrek RV. One of my favorites is…
Whew, I have been doing some traveling. After spending quite some time in New England, I drove west into New…
Sure, us fulltimers have it easy – 50 weeks out of the year, we have practically the whole place to…
Growing up and living my entire adult life in the south, my idea of a beach was sand – lots…
On this Labor Day weekend, we're in Southwest Georgia, after driving down from Michigan last week with some fun stops…
It is said that the value of anything is what you can get for it. Most of us don’t look…
Sometimes it can be really fun to be a tourist. I spent four days in the “Green Mountain State”, Vermont.…
OK, I come up with some crazy ideas from time to time, and this one has been wandering around in…
We were on I-69 a few miles north of I-94 in Michigan, headed off for a 10 day swing through…
I was sitting around last week, thinking, “Hey! I don’t really have anything planned the next couple of weeks, how…
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