Mali-boooo!

  The quick drive from San Diego to Malibu was visually stunning. There is no doubt that the Pacific Coast highway and the cliff-framed shoreline it showcases will render you speechless at times and mouth agape at others. Once you hit Santa Monica, the space fills up a bit, with…

On The Way to AZ

    Our original intent was to take the northern route out of Texas into the Santa Fe area to enjoy some mountain time. Then we checked the weather. In April, the overnight temperatures in Northern New Mexico get down into the 20’s! If you read any of my posts…

Our Time in Texas

[caption id="attachment_1384" align="aligncenter" width="309"] Leander KOA Campsite[/caption] My neglect of this blog has been weighing on my soul like a kettle bell on my pinky toe for nearly two months. I realize my readers weren't waiting with bated breath for an update, but for me, the experiences fade from my…

New Orleans: Quick and Dirty

I'll keep this brief. We had a few lovely moments in Fountainebleau State Park, bordering the north side of Lake, on which the City of New Orleans borders. Leaving was much more memorable than arriving, but I'll get to that later. Our campsite was a lot farther away from downtown…

Rounding the Florida Corner

Again, this post is a week late since our wi-fi availability has been abysmal and our attention has been divided by a brand new business endeavour (more on that later). To summarize, we didn't spend enough time in Florida, but the time we did spend was simultaneously relaxing and somewhat…

Sweet Savannah

"Moving" days are always a bit more involved than we expect. Cleaning up the trailer, emptying the tanks, hitching back up, packing up, all in all, takes about two and a half hours. Matt takes care of all the outside stuff and I clean inside and prepare the RV to…