The last couple of weeks have been spent with family and friends....from Thanksgiving Festivities to weekend getaways. Before we hit the road for good, we're trying to spend as much time with the people we'll miss. Not every day living as Batman and Robyn can be an exciting adventure, but they sure are filled with … Continue reading “Tis the Season
After leaving Indian Springs, we relaxed for about three days and then headed out to Charleston, SC, pups and RV in tow. It was nice to finally use the camper for pleasure and take a vacation. No toilets to clean, no late night taps on the door. When deciding where to go, we debated between … Continue reading Charleston…Food, Facts and Fun!
FINALLY!!!! We got out for a real adventure. Went to a place we've never been, did things we've never done and saw things we've never seen.....all with friends that we'll never forget. Alan and Jen are our best friends, they started out as BJ's best friends and I was lucky enough to be accepted into … Continue reading The Perfect Day for a Bike Ride….of the motorized variety
While my Mom and Sister were packing and looking through some of my Grandpa's things (long story there, he's been suffering through some rough times, potential dementia, a fall resulting in hip surgery) they came across multiple copies of my Grandmother's journal detailing their Route 66 road trip out west. My Grandmother (maternal) Carol and … Continue reading Like Grandmother Like Granddaughter
Irma hit us at Indian Springs State Park in Flovilla, GA starting at about 2pm EST, cutting out power almost immediately, and still at 1:30pm on Tuesday we are still without power. The generator we used for two weeks solid after the fire incident failed to crank, go figure. But we are certainly MUCH MUCH … Continue reading Irma’s Aftermath in Flo-who,Flo-what……Flovilla, Georgia
We are now three months in as campground hosts, and as this long holiday weekend comes to a close (Happy Labor Day), I wanted to take the opportunity to offer up campground etiquette 101, straight from a campground host. We’ve experienced more than our share of wonderful and amazing campers. More than not, everyone is … Continue reading Camping 101 (campground etiquette from the perspective of the person who cleans up after you)
I apologize for our (really my) MIA Status. There has been a lot going on for the Dynamic Duo, some bad and some good, and unfortunately the blog took the hit. So here I am trying to play catch up. Let’s do a run down on what’s been going on for the last few weeks. … Continue reading When it all (almost) goes up in flames
One, you just can’t have a ton of “stuff” when living the full-time RV lifestyle, it is just a fact, sorry. Everything has to have its purpose and be used frequently to make the cut. We aren’t super sentimental people, so that definitely helped us to narrow the list, plus we didn’t really have all … Continue reading But where do you put your stuff?