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Roadtreking: Where I wander – among the whirligigs

(April 3, 2018) -- I am not good at planning trips. I am not good at looking at a map and saying “this day I am going to be here.”Sometimes I get a little stressed when there are a lot of people and camping might be hard to find. It always works out. I have never not found a place to camp and I have always camped somewhere. Read More »

Roadtreking: Our trip to the Alibates Flint Quarries

(March 30, 2018) -- The stars aligned this trip for an event I had been thinking about for at least twenty years, ever since I first started reading books and articles about the peopling of the Americas – a visit to Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument. Read More »

Roadtreking: Oak Ridge, Tenn.

(March 27, 2018) -- Recently we saw a copy of a letter posted on the wall of a museum. It was dated November third. The letter said. “The federal government is taking your land for a project of vital national importance. Read More »

Roadtreking: What’s your RV lifestyle?

(March 23, 2018) -- In this episode, we will introduce you to a wonderful group of people we spent time with this past weekend at an informal meet-up in Waco Texas. I think you’ll find it very interesting how the RV lifestyle can fulfill so many dreams and be used in so many different ways. Read More »

Roadtreking: The fountain of youth in the Calif. desert

(March 21, 2018) -- Imagine Ponce de Leon thrashing through the Florida Everglades in search of eternal life. Hucksters pushing gels, creams, minerals and botox to promise the look of vitality come to mind. Or maybe you empathize with all the wishful thinking of all the folks bearing the aches and pains of a long life. Read More »

Roadtreking: Simple shower

(March 20, 2018) -- This tip comes by email from one of our listeners named Wendy… who came across an inexpensive little gadget that can help with staying clean and showering on camping trips and hikes. Read More »

Roads Less Traveled: Wild Burros of the Colorado River

(March 20, 2018) -- Continuing our theme this year of seeking out places where the southwestern deserts and waterways meet, we drove the scenic drive that follows the Colorado River from the town of Parker, Arizona, up to the Parker Dam. Starting in Parker, we went up the California side of the river to the dam and then we came back down the Arizona side to Parker. Read More »