Virtual South Carolina

I visited South Carolina in the fall of 2018 and there's a lot more to this Eastern seaboard state than just Myrtle Beach. There are six RV Park reviews here and the following is a virtual tour so you can plan your in-real-life trip for the future. The Myrtle Beach area is a popular destination... Continue Reading →

Virtual Michigan

In a departure from my previous two "virtual" posts, this time we are going to explore online a state I have not visited yet. If there's a place here you'd like to include, please add it to the comments below. Last summer (2019), I had reservations at several places near Lake Huron and had also... Continue Reading →

Cat Entertainment On The Road

When I decided to sell the house and go full time in my small 24' Class C motorhome two years ago, I was a little concerned about kitty. Oslo had just turned 7 and had spent most of his life outdoors because he prefers to sit outside in the garden than be in the house.... Continue Reading →

Virtual Arizona

In our continuing series of places we can't visit right now in person but can explore online, here are some virtual links for getting to know Arizona. The first state in the series is Texas and you can find that post here. At first glance, Arizona might seem like a vast open place with not... Continue Reading →

Virtual Texas

We can't travel but we can still explore, at least virtually. For the first time in over two years, my motorhome will be parked in the same place for 7 months and I will only be at 3 different RV parks for all of 2020. So instead of giving you 6 new states and 25... Continue Reading →

May 22, 2011

Driving through Joplin takes you back in time to a simpler era long ago with clapboard houses and country stores. As the character Scout said at the beginning of the movie, To Kill a Mockingbird, "{it} was a tired old town." But as I was driving through Joplin and enjoying the neighborhoods and the fact that... Continue Reading →

The First 200 Miles…

Towing a car, that is. I spent my first year full-timing in my motorhome without a car but bought a manual transmission small vehicle while I was in Oklahoma City for two months. The second month there involved a few weeks of getting the car ready to tow. My first 200 miles consisted of driving... Continue Reading →

Things to Come

They always say to post often on blogs so your readers don't get bored or leave.  This is a travel blog and I won't be traveling for awhile so I thought I would write about future plans so at least you know what to expect in months to come.  My way of traveling will be... Continue Reading →

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