We took a ride down Phantom Canyon Road the other day. It’s just south of Mueller State Park, CO. Head south on 67 through Cripple Creek (if gambling is your thing – this is the place). Continue on through the cute town of Victor. It has number of really cool buildings, including the old assay office from the gold rush era. Unfortunately as with most … Continue reading What a Ride!
My first discovery about blog posting while traveling is that internet service is not always available. While camping at the Mississippi Palisades earlier this month, the State Park did not offer wifi, which is to be expected. But what was unexpected is that my cel phone service was non existent for about 30 miles outside of the park. This week, the City Park up in … Continue reading 2 realizations about blogging while traveling.
In all my visits to the beautiful state of Wisconsin, I can’t believe I had never been to the Horicon Marsh area. 33000 acres of marshlands, 22000 dedicated as refuge for migratory birds. Our friend Larry has told us if it’s wonderment numerous times, so there really is no good excuse. We are very glad we took the time. We spent two nights in a … Continue reading Cruisin’ around the Horicon Marsh.
As I prepared for our current trip I was thinking about what it is that makes me so happy about being in the Spicy Sprinter. Certainly there are bigger and fancier ways to travel. Then it hit me. It's the feeling I get when I am inside it. It completely takes me back to days of making clubhouses as a kid. Your own "secret" hideout … Continue reading Keep Out! No jerks allowed.
Anxious to see how everything works in our little Sprinter, we tried all the cooking options available. Continue reading 4 Ways to Cook up Delicious Eats in an RV.
beautiful vistas, good hiking, relaxation on the Mississippi River Continue reading Mississippi Palisades State Park
We quickly worked out a system for setting up, cooking and clean up in our tiny home. Continue reading Maiden Voyage a Spectacular Success.
About 2 years ago our friends K&M retired, sold their large family home and moved into a 600 square foot cabin in the mountains of Manitou Springs, Co.. Needless to say, there are countless opportunities for camping and hiking right at their doorstep. This year they have been hitting the road as often as possible in the back of their Honda Element. They made a … Continue reading A little RV bug in the ear keeps on a buzzin’
So the RV idea has been on our minds for quite some time. Maybe even decades. Over 30 years ago my in laws sold the family home and hit the road in an RV. They traveled everywhere. From Nova Scotia to Baja and all points in between, They traveled full time for the first three years. They had their favorite towns, favorite places to hear … Continue reading Being influenced without even knowing it.
We’ve jumped in. Ready to travel. Continue reading We Did it!