In November, when we arrived back home in Florida after our 6-month trip, we weren’t sure what our next step would be. We put the RV up for sale, but admittedly didn’t try too terribly hard to sell it. It didn’t sell, and now here we are a mere 4 months later…and we’re getting ready … Continue reading Ready to Roll in 2014
On our last post, we were making a mad dash east. We put in a few long (in RV-terms) 5 hour days of driving, and made it to our house in Georgia, just in time for me to spend one night there and leave the next day for my college reunion in Memphis. When I … Continue reading Florida!
Deas and I are now on a mad dash east, headed towards Memphis for my college reunion at the end of the month. Our route is basically straight east on I-40, all the way from California right to Memphis. We weren’t planning to do a lot of stopping along the way, but then we heard … Continue reading The Grand Canyon
We had a great time at our boondocking spot near Mammoth, and were so happy to be camping with our new RV/blogging friends Tim and Amanda, but alas, we were running out of water, so it was time to move on. That’s the thing about boondocking – you’re somewhat limited by the amount of water … Continue reading The Alabama Hills
During our stay on Hot Creek Hatchery Rd, we drove a little bit south down Highway 395 to Convict Lake. There is a an easy 3-mile hike that goes around the lake that I learned about from Jim & Gayle at Life’s Little Adventures. Convict Lake is so named because of a shoot-out that occurred … Continue reading Fall Colors on Convict Lake
For our next stop, we moved just about 30 miles down Highway 395 towards Mammoth Lakes. We found a great boondocking spot off of Hot Creek Hatchery Road. Can you see our RV in the picture below? There’s lots of wildlife near this site – we’ve seen several deer and heard coyotes howling in the … Continue reading Hot Creek Boondocking
Yosemite was high on the list of things Deas and I wanted to see on this trip. As luck would have it, our visit to the area coincided with the government shutdown, which meant Yosemite would be closed. We were pretty disappointed, but then we heard that the highways running through Yosemite would still be … Continue reading Yosemite during a Government Shutdown