What does a year of fulltime RVing look like? 45,297 miles driven 39 states 235 miles hiked 78 campsites 303 fish caught 9 National Parks 35 State Parks A year of so many firsts. And we cannot wait to see where the road takes us in year 2!
We left western Pennsylvania this week, and while we are beyond excited to continue our adventure, this goodbye was harder than any previous one. This is the first time we have left without having a return date on the calendar, so it feels a little more definite. As sad as it was to say goodbyeContinue reading “The Road Ahead”
There was 1 night recently where we ended up with reservations at 3 different campgrounds. This sounds absurd, and frankly, it really was. When we left Arkansas, the National Weather Service was already calling for severe storms where we were headed. As we evaluated the forecast with our future reservations in mind, we knew headingContinue reading “Evading Severe Weather in the South and Finding Our Happy in Cloudland Canyon State Park, Georgia”
Living in a small space certainly has limitations, but when we were deciding on what to bring and what to leave behind, there was never a question that my sewing machine would be coming with us. My sewing machine, my iron and miniature ironing board, my cutting board, and my box of notions. The essentials.Continue reading “Sewing in a Camper”
Have you ever watched dolphins swim from your dining room window? Little Bird and I received the amazing gift of watching a pod of dolphins travel down the Colorado River during our stay at Matagorda Nature Park
I got some much needed me time in Fort Pickens, Florida to find some balance and enjoy a morning exploring the fort and surrounding trails.
When we found out Sanibel Island, Florida has some of the most dog-friendly beaches around, we knew we had to take Daisy. Unfortunately, the red tide altered our plans.
Reflections on the changes we faced in 2020 and how we are choosing our own destiny.
We visited Jonathan Dickinson State Park to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy Atlantic coast, even for just a few hours.