Los Algodones, MX

A Quiet Week in the Desert + Some Mexican Dental

February 11-16 I keep calling it Mexican Dental, but the reality is that having dental work done in Mexico is really no different than having dental work done in the U.S. Oh wait…expect it’s soooo much better! Cheaper prices, more … Continued

Ajo, AZ

Hanging with the Saguaros in Ajo

January 28 – February 3 We first visited the tiny town of Ajo, AZ way back in the winter of 2013. It was our first winter of full-time RVing and our first stop in Arizona where we promptly fell in love with … Continued

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Lost Dutchman State Park

Lost Dutchman State Park

January 14-27 We are officially in winter mode. For us, that means longer stays in one spot, very little planning or making of reservations, fewer adventures, and more time spent at or near home. While this shift is not a … Continued

KOFA Camping

A Great Start to the New Year

December 30 – January 13 We spent the first two weeks of 2018 hanging out in the desert surrounded by gorgeous scenery and great friends. With ample opportunities for hiking, biking, exploring, extended happy hours, warm fires, delicious shared meals, and enjoying … Continued

2018

Looking Back on 2017

Another year come and gone. 2017 was our fifth full year on the road and ended up being very different from the previous years with the first three months and the last three weeks spent out of the Airstream. While … Continued

Longwood Gardens

Christmas in the Northeast

After our fantastic mini-vacation in Chicago, we boarded a plane and headed east to spend a few weeks with family and friends. Frist up — Delaware to visit Tim’s sister and family. With two excited that kids that we hadn’t … Continued

Chicago, Illinois

A Chicago Vacation

December 10-14 For most of my life, I’ve considered myself a country girl. Not a cowboy boots and twangy music kind of country girl, but the kind who prefers tall trees over tall buildings and wide open spaces over crowded city … Continued

Sand Hollow State Park

Two Weeks Fly By…

Time seems to be moving at an accelerated pace these days. After our busy Thanksgiving week in Zion, we had two weeks to kill before storing the Airstream and leaving for a three-week trip to the frozen north. Time flew by … Continued