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)
Houston is growing a van community, and it is awesome to watch! Check out the Facebook page- Texas Vanagons – and join up if you are in Texas! We started our visit to Houston with a parking lot meetup with new van owner CJ and his dad and the notorious cabinet-man, Abel. (moment of silence … More Houston Texas- and a temporary halt
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
We were able to wrap up business and pleasure in the Verde Valley within good time. The weather was amazing for us, while we were there which allowed us to get a lot of work done. This visit had some highs and lows, losses and gains along the scale of human relationships. Of special note … More Borders, borders, borders!
The slow car fast house momentum has ceased. We are pleasantly surprised to know that some of you noticed, and wrote us to check in. Thanks for caring! We packed up the dogs and headed Rocky Point (Puerto Penasco, Mexico) to meet up with Mom and hang out at the beach for a few more … More Alta goes to the spa (or the dogs)!