The 3 Best National Parks for RVs
I didn’t see a link to repost so I am going to try to do it this way. Great information here. Thank you Trail to Peak!
I see one of the places on this list is somewhere we’ve already hiked… The Grand Canyon.
Enjoy the link fellow travelers.
When we were exploring Highway 12 we learned about a hike called Calf Creek Falls. It was a six mile roundtrip hike with 126 feet high waterfall at the end. As much as I love waterfalls I am generally cautious of hikes that are that long, especially those that involve waterfalls because there is usually […]
via First Time Hiking Calf Creek Falls Trail — Camper Chronicles
Full time RVer reviews of Safe Harbor RV Resort near Nashville, Tennessee, and Asheville West KOA near Asheville, North Carolina.
via Nashville and Asheville – Campground Reviews — The Wandering Gants
Good day fellow RVers and Live Your Life Fully adventurers…
Upon our new adventure here to Texas from California we have picked a nice place out in the country (so to speak) in which to reside, Shady Creek RV Park (link below):
Here in Texas and at Shady Creek we are learning more about being in an RV full time and how to manage the tidiness of such a small place that is just under 200 square feet. From coming from a brick and mortar 2/2/2 in California to an RV is quite the change. But, I have to say that our kitties, our babies, have adjusted very well.
May I introduce Hawkeye, Jerry (dark fur Maincoon), Dorothy & Lil”Bit. All rescues of course!
As for our new rig, it’s a Forest River Flagstaff RV V-Lite
The space within seems to work very well thus far (more to follow on this particular RV aspect itself) and we are ready for our new adventures with our four (4) fur babies. It’s all a work in progress, but we are working hard towards getting on the road full-time.
Happy travels everyone and may you have a fabulous day!
Thanks for joining us as we start our a new chapter in our lives by venturing out into a new experience by RVing!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton