Dellanera RV Park, Galveston Island, TX

Dellanera is a beach front RV Park just west of the busy part of Galveston where the piers and attractions are and is run by the City. I think if I had originally had a site on the west end of the park rather than the east end, I would have been happier and stayedContinue reading “Dellanera RV Park, Galveston Island, TX”

Lake Mead RV Village, Boulder City, NV

I spent two weeks here at Lake Mead National Park in the Lake Mead RV Village. This is one of several camping choices you can make while touring the national park. RV Village at Boulder Beach, with full hookups, is $28 a day. If you want full hook ups with an unobstructed lake view (oneContinue reading “Lake Mead RV Village, Boulder City, NV”

Moss Landing KOA Express, Moss Landing, CA

This is a KOA Express so just a small KOA with few amenities but that’s fine with me. The area seems to be mostly made up of working fishermen, restaurant employees, scientists, and a few artists. There are two research facilities here, the Elkhorn Slough Reserve and Monterey Bay Aquarium. I would say that mostContinue reading “Moss Landing KOA Express, Moss Landing, CA”

12 States in 5 Months — A Wrap-up of My 2018 Travels

Here are the highlights of my 2018 travels in chronological order. Every place I stayed also has a Pet-Friendly-Report . I said good-bye to family and friends in Sacramento, CA on June 23 and headed south. I followed route I-40 and Route 66 to visit my son in OKC. Then continued on to tour theContinue reading “12 States in 5 Months — A Wrap-up of My 2018 Travels”

Apache Pier Family Campground, Myrtle Beach, SC

I booked one month at this campground for several reasons — price, location, and dog-friendly. There are a few other RV resorts nearby also on the water, but they looked a little “stuffier.” Apache Pier has been here for several generations and looked like fun and where I wouldn’t be hassled about the dogs walkingContinue reading “Apache Pier Family Campground, Myrtle Beach, SC”

Medieval Times Dinner Show, Myrtle Beach, SC

I went to Medieval Times dinner show on October 28 and the castle was decorated for Halloween so that was fun. I’ve never been to Medieval Times before and have been wanting to go for a number of years. They have dinner theaters in 10 locations throughout the U.S. and with one in Canada. AsContinue reading “Medieval Times Dinner Show, Myrtle Beach, SC”

Carolina Opry — Time Warp, Myrtle Beach, SC

I got tickets for a show called “Time Warp” on the last day of performance for the season at the Carolina Opry. What attracted me to this particular show was the description — music from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. They lived up to their advertising with a show full of songs that I knewContinue reading “Carolina Opry — Time Warp, Myrtle Beach, SC”

Huntington Beach State Park, Murrells Inlet, SC

I had an extra 2 days and someone suggested this park so I booked for a Thursday and Friday night. There are 2 things I would have changed — reserved the north campground instead of the south campground and stayed longer. If you love wildlife, this is definitely the place. However, the south campground isContinue reading “Huntington Beach State Park, Murrells Inlet, SC”

Stella Mare RV Resort, Galveston, TX

August is not the season to be on Galveston Island so I was able to take advantage of a 30% discount for the week that I stayed. Stella Mare is a new resort and they are very social media forward with a nice website and continuous promotions. They even noticed when I posted FB picturesContinue reading “Stella Mare RV Resort, Galveston, TX”

At the Gulf

Significant title because I’ve been in California or Oregon for the last 40+ years. My dogs love the ocean but when we got here, what a surprise! The water is so warm, so shallow, and no shells. I hate cold water and here I was jumping right in to swim without even getting used toContinue reading “At the Gulf”