We’ve recently completed the first month of this years travel adventure and have been working on our monthly expense worksheet. We track what we spend and categorize our expenses so we can see where we are spending our money. That way we know how much we spend on fuel, food, camping fees and so on. … Continue reading How Much Does It Cost To Travel In An RV?
We’ve made the decision to stay put and isolate ourselves for as long as we can. We did not come to this decision lightly. We are away from our family and friends and that weighs heavy on our heart. We are in an unfamiliar place in an unfamiliar state, but we feel that going home … Continue reading Hunkered Down
We don’t have a lot of adventures to share as we are trying to work through all the coronavirus madness. The country is closing down around us. Schools are canceled. People are not going to work. Store shelves lay bare. Governors are issuing mandatory stay at home orders and self quarantine orders. State and national … Continue reading Slowing Down, Looking for Options
Tonight we are parked in a Thousand Trails campground about an hour or so west of Houston, Texas. We have kept to ourselves since we’ve checked in around two o’clock this afternoon just like we’ve done everyday and everywhere we’ve been for the past couple weeks. It took us over a week to travel the … Continue reading The Road to Texas
A wet and windy day made for a somewhat stressful drive to St. Andrews State Park. It wasn’t so much the rain as it was the 30 – 35mph wind gust. We stopped for lunch at a rest stop on I-10 and another RVer in a class C mentioned his struggles with the wind which … Continue reading St. Andrews State Park
Grammi and I started working on getting the camper ready weeks ago.. We’ve made some upgrades and went through the process of inventorying everything we have on board. We purged some things we didn’t really use last time reducing the clutter and lightening the load. I believe we’ve learned what we need and what we … Continue reading The Adventures of Grammi and Grampa 2.0
A few days ago, when we were deciding where to go next, we called a dear friend to see what she was up to. We’ve been friends with Bonnie forever, she is like family. We’ve shared lots of activities and spent a lot of time together. Our children grew up together. So when Bonnie said … Continue reading Friends, Family and the Journey Home.