(Oct. 11, 2018) — It was our fourth visit to Chimayo, where we first met the magical Mr. Medina in 2008. We left feeling blessed, honored to have shared time being enchanted by the Chile Man of Chimayo once again. And we did not take a single picture. I’m okay with that.
(Oct. 11, 2018) — I guess it should come as no surprise that even after 6+ years of full-time RVing we are still figuring things out. It seemed so simple in the beginning. We would travel around for a few years, fall in love with a new place to live, buy a house, and settle down again. Except that is not what happened.
(Oct. 10, 2018) — RV owners look to FMCA for the peace of mind membership provides, and the fun!
(Oct. 10, 2018) — As Geeks on Tour, my husband Jim and I travel around the country and present seminars on personal technology like how to use smartphones, how to manage all those pictures you take with your phone, and how to use Google Maps, among other things.
(Oct. 10, 2018) — We love shopping the vendor areas at RV Shows and at the California RV Show in Pomona, we found a great way to keep things in your cooler cold – really cold – for long periods of time.
(Oct. 10, 2018) — In last week’s blog, we covered the first few steps on how to find a Workamping job. This week we will wrap it up with the Workamper’s Formula.
(Oct. 10, 2018) — The first slaves in Pennsylvania were brought by the Dutch in the 1630s but after Pennsylvania became a British colony slavery was not a popular practice due to the beliefs of the Quaker, Methodist, and Baptist settlers.
(Oct. 10, 2018) — We met Tim and Amanda shortly after they first started traveling full-time in their Airstream in 2012. Since then, they have been great friends to us personally and long time supporters of Campendium. Like Tiffani, Amanda was an early reviewer, and she and Tim both have spent time working on the campground database.
(Oct. 10, 2018) — Racing fans will have a unique opportunity to meet American racecar driver Josef Nicolai Newgarden, who currently competes as a driver in the Verizon IndyCar Series, at 2018 California RV Show at Fairplex Pomona.
(Oct. 9, 2018) — Is there anything more iconic than a family trip to Mount Rushmore? Probably not, so this past summer we decided to check it off our bucket list. We had an amazing visit to this destination, but not everyone has the same positive experience.
(Oct. 9, 2018) — The Weehawken Trailhead couldn’t be more than a couple/three miles from our front door. I only hike Weehawken in the fall nowadays, ever since I got bit by a mosquito on that trail a few years back. You can’t go wrong in early October, though. No bugs and fiery aspen and oak brush leaves.
(Oct. 9, 2018) — A geological marvel … one of America’s most beautiful places … multi-hued red rock formations jutting upwards from the high desert floor creating a mesmerizing setting … ah,yes … I’m talking about stunningly beautiful Sedona, Arizona.
(Oct. 9, 2018) — We’ve done a lot of work on the electrical systems in our camper-van, Lance. Our house battery is a large lithium-ion battery, and we’ve got 300 watts of solar, an inverter/charger, and a supplemental alternator to keep it charged up.
(Oct. 9, 2018) — Those of you that follow this blog on a regular basis know that I am all about free camping and boondocking. I have encountered many RVers that feel free camping and boondocking opportunities are only available in the western United States where there is an abundance of federal public land.
(Oct. 9, 2018) — You may have better luck selling your RV through a dealer like Motor Home Specialist. The leading RV dealer in Texas has a new consignment program that offers more exposure and a variety of services including an RV wash & repairs.
(Oct. 9, 2018) — Whenever we can, we get off the interstate highways and travel the back roads of America. I’ve always said that a Grand Slam at a Denny’s in Paducah, Kentucky isn’t going to be any different than one at a Denny’s in Tucson, Arizona.
(Oct. 9, 2018) — Each year we spend summers mostly stationary on Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia. However, once the temps begin to drop in the fall, we become snowbirds and fly south for the winter.