While we are hanging out with our friends The Slow Dutchman , we will spend some time exploring the city of Guanajuato. The four of us (and three dogs) rented a house for several weeks and enrolled in Spanish language school. For fun, we signed up for a food tour and walked around the city sampling delicious foods and learning … More Guanajuato- continued
We spent our first night in Pennsylvania camped very near Three Mile Island. Mike thought it was funny that this elaborate evacuation plan was posted near our campsite. Fortunately we did not hear the sirens in the night. We enjoyed a breakfast the next morning at the local diner, where we have learned to sit … More Pennsylvania- chocolate, family and friendship!
We whipped around the tip of the peninsula and had an amazing time! Our toes got stuck in the sand for several days in The Keys. And then we dashed up the East coast of The Sunshine State as things started heating up. The photos below will tell the story of the Florida finale’ through … More Florida finale’
We have been in 4 states in the past week, and they all have a few things in common: 1. bugs (gnats, mosquitos, maybugs, spiders, ticks) 2. rain (unexpected, sneak attacks of good, hard rain) 3. thick, lush greenery (lawns, shrubs, roadsides, swamps, bayous, campgrounds) 4. raccoons (waiting until we are all asleep to begin their thievery … More Working our way across the “Deep South” of the USA!
This is a busy city when it comes to commerce. Most visitors only see the commercial side of town, so they do it well. The large chain hotels have situated themselves effectively to host huge conferences all week long. The small, private hotels are prepared to host families and small events. All of this brings … More New Orleans – Crescent City – The Big Easy
We stopped through Baton Rouge to check out the USS Kidd, Navy Destroyer. Mike does love his military history! This one is floating in the Mississippi River. We located an excellent RV spot, just off the highway and near downtown. It is called Baton Rouge Equestrian Center or … More A brief visit to Baton Rouge
Texas The sun has riz. The sun has set. And here we is. In Texas yet. This little ditty pretty much sums up our experience in Texas. When the sun did rise, it seldom offered any sunshine. We had rain and cloudy skies nearly every day in Texas. It took us a total of of … More The end of Texas (for us)
A couple of you have asked about the heater we are using so I thought I could feature it and share it around the forums. It works great for us! We were seeking something that used reasonable amounts of propane and put out optimal BTUs of heat. We also did not want a heater that … More Things are heating up in here!
This park is reportedly larger than Rhode Island! However, with the free map and a few drives along the main routes, you quickly capture the layout and realize the opportunities that lay before you! Admission to the park allows a visitor to stay for 7 days. There is an additional fee for camping at the improved … More Big Bend National Park- Texas, USA
After a few days of spending too much time at the border, we were ready for some tourist attractions. This area does not disappoint! We used iOverlander www.ioverlander.com (great app for finding camping and other resources while on the road) to locate Pancho Villa State Park. This is the location of a battle that never … More New Mexico to Big Bend