Six Degrees of Separation

The world has changed in the blink of an eye. I actually thought that my world would change due to climate issues, with ever more extreme natural disasters occurring until our world, as we know it, would be forever different. I was wrong. But we're not all in the same boat, so to speak. For... Continue Reading →

Rusk KOA Holiday, Rusk, Texas

This is a KOA Holiday in a really nice area with all pull-thru sites with full hook ups. It was quite chilly while I was here with temperatures dipping down into the low 30s but I can imagine this is a popular spot during the summer. It's quite expensive at about $49 a night. I... Continue Reading →

Elk Rock State Park, Knoxville, Iowa

It's almost the off season, end of September, and so the park does have a little different atmosphere, fall leaves, some rain, and empty during the week and almost full on the weekend. This large state park has a "regular" or non-equestrian campground area and an equestrian area. Elk Rock State Park is on Red... Continue Reading →

Petiquette On The Road

Petiquette is the art of being considerate of others while traveling with your dogs, or even cats. I've encountered a lot of non-petiquette behavior in the past 15 months but as Michelle Obama says, "When they go low, we go high." You too, can set the bar high as you travel the country with your... Continue Reading →

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