As you all know since I have said it about a million times, it’s HOT in Arizona in the summertime and we have been told that this summer has been the hottest summer in Arizona in a long time. The locals say that they put up with three months of hot for nine months of … More Tonto Natural Bridge
To get away from the 110 degree summer day, Brad and I took a day trip to Flagstaff. We heard that is was at least 30 degrees cooler there and we needed to get out of the heat. We learned that an RV air conditioner will only cool the RV 20 degrees less than the … More Flagstaff
One year ago today we started our RV road trip through the US. The time has gone by too quickly and we have had a huge mix of fun times, new adventures, stressful times, and just-go-with-the-flow times. We have learned a lot about ourselves, the 5th wheel, the RV lifestyle, and just about living … More One Year Anniversary on the Road!
After spending a few days in New Mexico, we headed off to Arizona. While I was a nurse in Seattle, I took care of a sweet girl and I am still in contact with the family. They moved to Phoenix two years ago and we were going to stay with them for a week. Originally, … More Arizona
We are finally in a new state, New Mexico, known as the Land of Enchantment! It feels good to be out of the land of rain and thunderstorms. We do plan to go back to Texas one day to go to Big Bend National Park, but we both agreed we can wait awhile to … More White Sands
Did you know springtime in Texas is known for its thunderstorms? Yeah, neither did we. The last week in May is when we set off to go to New Mexico, a new state for both of us. But Texas decided to give us a fun good-bye by having a major thunderstorm. The night before we … More More Texas
After a few days staying in the Houston area, Brad and I headed over to Lake Medina, which is an hour northwest of San Antonio. The first two hours of the drive were good, but then we hit major traffic. There was a bad accident and the police closed down part of the highway. … More Off the Beaten Path
We are roaming around in Texas! This is my first time in this state and everything really is bigger in Texas. 😉 When we crossed the Texas border we saw lots of oil manufacturing and the land is pretty flat. Our first stop was Willis, which is about forty-five miles north of Houston. We … More Texas
We are on the road again. Yea! Though we enjoyed being near family and the beach, it was time to move on from Savannah. We planned our trip so we would drive a few days in a row and then stay at a campground for a few days, arriving in Phoenix, Arizona by the end … More One, two, three…take off!
Brad and I just celebrated our eleventh wedding anniversary. It seems crazy that we have been married for eleven years since it doesn’t feel like that much time has passed between when we first met and said “I do.” Here we are, eleven years into our marriage, living in the smallest space yet, traveling around … More Zip-lining