We have been so lucky to dodge storms and stay mostly out of freezing temperatures, but when you are going to face a storm, why not make it the biggest storm the area has seen in over 30 years?
Life was catching up to us in ways we had not had time to recognize as we pulled into this Texas campground, so having this break in the action was a very welcome reprieve.
We have done our best to use our Thousand Trails membership to the max! In this blog, we highlight the pros and cons of belonging to this group of campgrounds.
We visited Jonathan Dickinson State Park to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy Atlantic coast, even for just a few hours.
We spent Halloween at David Crockett Birthplace State Park and celebrated with a hike and pumpkin carving.
We have made quite a few adjustments throughout the camper and in our outdoor space to ensure Little Bird’s safety – and our sanity.
We are meeting some incredible people along the way, and some of the best people we are meeting are our hosts through Boondockers Welcome. We learned about this membership early on in our planning process and knew it would pay off big for us. We stayed with Boondockers Welcome hosts in both Vermont and NewContinue reading “Our First Boondockers Welcome Stays”
Some important tips and tricks for camping and hiking with a dog.
We are officially fulltimers!