Rocky Mountains as seen from I-70 near Denver, CO

Helloooo Colorado!

I have a bad habit of longing to be wherever I am not. If we’re in the desert I long for the forest, if we’re in the mountains I long for the coast, if we’re in a city I long for … Continued

Dillon the Yellow Lab

Family, Food & Furry Friends in Kansas

Continuing our journey across the Midwest, we made one final stop in Kansas before heading to Colorado. Kansas doesn’t immediately come to mind when it comes to camping destinations. But at least on the eastern side of the state, there … Continued

Kindle Paperwhite

Living full-time in an RV and having a large collection of books does not mix. Unless you have a Kindle! We are a two Kindle household and can’t imagine going back to traditional books. The Kindle is lightweight, small, easy to use, has a fantastic battery life, and allows you to store over 1,000 books. We recently upgraded to the Kindle Paperwhite and love it even more than the original!

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Stockton Lake, MO

Weekend at Stockton Lake

After a week in the city, we were in need of some nature. Maybe even the kind of nature that involves a water view and a nearly deserted campground? Fortunately, Missouri has no shortage of lakeside campgrounds. Our best option between … Continued

Springfield, MO

Swinging Through Springfield, MO

I’ve never viewed the middle of the country as a travel destination. It’s always seemed too flat, too boring, and frankly, too wholesome and close-minded to be a place where I wanted to spend much time. But if I’ve learned … Continued

Petit Jean State Park

Back to Nature at Petit Jean State Park

When we first started talking about our spring journey from Florida to the western side of the country, Arkansas was high on the list. For several years we’ve been hearing rumors of green valleys, soft rolling hills, lakes and rivers for … Continued

Hot Spring National Park

Hot Springs National Park

This is the first time we’ve visited a town that is also a national park. Or maybe it’s a national park that is also a town? To make matters even more complicated even though all of Hot Springs National Park … Continued

The Blue Hole at Florida Caverns State Park

Florida Caverns State Park

For our last stay in Florida, we went north. All the way north into the panhandle and then west until we were right near the Alabama border at Florida Caverns State Park. A few years ago we spent about a month exploring … Continued