As I sit here cuddled up in my bed, my husband is trying to give our dog (Jack) a bath in our RV shower. I can see and hear their frustration, so I’m giving very helpful comments from the comfort of the bed. Ha-ha. Jack hasn’t had a bath in a very long time and… Continue reading Life Update: Living Full-time in a RV During a Pandemic
It’s the memories that matter. Not the stuff. Painting over the growth chart on the wall was a huge step for me, and I did that myself as a way to help let go of this current season of life. My home is becoming just a house.
Starting out at Agnew Meadows or going to Thousand Island Lake was no new hike for us, but taking the River trail was something new. Two years ago when we hiked from Mammoth to Yosemite, we took the PCT/ High Trail out of Agnew Meadows over to Thousand Island Lake. But this time, I was… Continue reading Day 1: Agnew Meadows to Thousand Island Lake via the River Trail
It’s been 16 days since we crossed over into the state of Texas. We came into the state through El Paso and spent our first night at a small gravel RV park next to a gas station in a town called Balmorhea.
East is where we are headed. North Carolina and my very dear friend Bridgette to be exact. I am excited to be able to see her and spend time with her.
Kodachrome Basin State Park is a little hidden gem tucked right in between Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The park received its name in 1949 when the National Geographic Society asked the consent from Kodak Film Corp. to name the park Kodachrome after a type of film, due to the park’s… Continue reading Kodachrome Basin State Park, Utah
Recently, we visited Custer State Park located in Custer, South Dakota. The park is the largest and first state park in South Dakota. This past year the park turned 100 years old. It encompasses 71,000 acres with a variety of wildlife to see along trails, campgrounds, and beside the road. It also has 3 scenic… Continue reading Custer State Park