See the photo with the tire tracks? Mmmmm-hmm. I saw them pull in. It smelled like a mid-day hookup involving a UPS driver and someone in another car. 🤣 Alrighty then. … More Sunset View Campground! Las Vegas! Coyote Pass Trailhead! Navajo National Monument! And The Winner Is?…
Well, is it true? It is for me.
There. I said it.
Because the Grand Canyon didn’t blow me away the way I had expected it to. … More Why I Will Probably Never, Ever Visit The Grand Canyon Again.
I haven’t had a mishap like this one since I got my too-loose snow chain wrapped around my brake line back in January. … More The Biggest, Horrible-est, Most Regrettable, ‘Oh-Shit’ RV’ing Mistake I’ve Made. (So far…)
What? You think you already know what I am about to tell you? NO way. However, this is your lucky day… you have stumbled upon someone in the know. ME. Yeah, sure, Sedona is very pretty blah blah blah. But that’s not why you should see it. Here’s what you REALLY need to know. (You’re welcome … More 7 Truly Weird Things You MUST Know About Sedona’s Lesser Explored ‘Suburbs’.
I fell so hard that my sandals both flew off and each one landed in different counties. My poor solar panel ended up on it’s face. It DID NOT break!
Hello again! It’s been a while since I made an appearance, I know. It’s just that a new job has kept me pretty busy among other things such as moving, getting utilities, studying, taking Trixie to the vet for recurring pancreatitis, spending quality time with a mouse, (new blog about that later) trying to find … More Twin Peaks Campground Review in Organ Pipe National Monument, Az
To my (and especially HER) surprise and delight, they basically took her under their wing, fixed the problems and even gave her benefits which I cannot elaborate about here because it was out of the ordinary as far as the benefits and services they normally offer are concerned. … More RV Service Center Review: Freedom Rv in Tucson Arizona
Living for almost a week on wild land at Las Cienegas National Conservation Area … More MOOOO Cow! Yeee- Haw, Let’s Visit Las Cienegas and Bisbee, Az!
Learning the life of the Sonoran Desert- Its inhabitants and its history at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson … More How To See The Best of the Sonoran Desert All In One Day.
Have you ever wanted to drive on old historical Route 66? If you do, and you come to Oatman Arizona, don’t be surprised if you are literally stopped in the middle of the road by a bunch of Jackasses. Sounds a bit scary, huh? However, you might actually like these ‘Asses’. Seriously, don’t laugh, … More Jackass In The Mix On Route 66
No houses. No power lines. No signs of mankind. No sounds but the wild ones. I MUST BE CRAZY. … More EEEK! My First Night Boondocking ALL ALONE!
Well, if you want a Wild Wild West type of adventure, you can sort of find it at the Desert Bar. This is a totally off-grid multi-level bar. In the middle of nowhere. In the middle of a desert, with NOTHING but cacti and rocks to call neighbors. The road to get there is not … More Arizona’s own “The Desert Bar” Nellie E Saloon
Quartzsite. The Legend. The RV’s. The Trade Shows. RV Flea Market extravaganzas! This is the land of everything RV’ing every year during January at the big Quartzsite RV Show in Quartzsite Arizona. It’s the largest annual gathering of RV’ers and RV’s on Planet Earth. I attended with the expectation of meeting all kinds of … More How to make fellow Rv’ing Gen- X friends as a full time Rv’er. (It’s easier than you think.)
My Migration South out of the snow was long overdue. I had enough of frozen water lines and installing snow chains on my tires. Unfortunately, my rig is not made for the snow, but I sure did love living in the snow. I found a window of time where the roads were pretty clear and … More Driving From Montana to Arizona in FOUR DAYS Pulling an Rv. I’m Crazy