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Wheeling It: The full database of US RVing topics

(May 14, 2018) -- Another few weeks have passed and I’ve spent most of it back in the USA, at least in blog-land. You see I’ve been doing a very necessary Spring Cleaning of the blog and re-organizing it into what I think will be the new look going forward. Read More »

Wheeling It: Curry Hammock State Park

(Feb. 7, 2018) -- This is a teeny campground with only 28 sites, and pretty much every site is lovely. All sites were completely re-graded after Hurricane Irma and new electric pedestals were installed so they are large, flat, firm gravel-base sites with excellent power and water (50A/water only. No sewer here). Read More »

Wheeling It: Handing pet medication on the road

(Jan. 22, 2018) -- Earlier this year Polly got diagnosed with Pannus. It’s an auto-immune disease of the eyes, often breed-related (Shepherds and herding breeds are susceptible) and unfortunately it requires life-long management with steroidal eye drops Read More »

Wheeling It: Warmth, dog beach and a lighthouse

(Dec. 18, 2017) -- It’s always a strange feeling when we get to this point in our travels. We spend so much time planning and thinking about where we’re going to go for the year that when it’s all over it’s like “did that all really happen??” Read More »

Wheeling It: End of year checklist

(Dec. 13, 2017) -- While I’m working on my final travelogue (they always take 3-4 days each to complete) I figured I would put out a quick post with some end-of-year checklist items that may be worth looking at for both newbie and experienced RVers. Read More »

Interstellar Orchard: Health insurance time – Medicare RVers

(Nov. 2, 2017) -- Take a deep breath and get ready my dear blog readers because it’s that time of year again. No I don’t mean Halloween, although this is aaaalmost as scary. No it’s the eve of something much more frightening. Tomorrow is Nov 1st which means Open Enrollment and time to nail down your health care choices for next year. Read More »