For many years now, our families and friends have gotten used to Kevin and I dropping our seemingly random/insane travel ideas on them.
The last travelogue I wrote was back in the Summer after we'd crossed the country from west to east. What followed was six months of catching up with friends and family after a two-year hiatus due to Covid.
After 5+ years on the road, here is some of the best advice we've received, and the tips we'd pass on to new RVers who are just starting out.
For this post, we’re takin it back to 1991, firing up the boombox, and blastin out some vintage Boyz II Men.
As much as I enjoy giving Ohio a hard time, it does have some redeeming qualities.
As we continued making our way east, we visited another new-to-us state: Missouri! We had two stops on our itinerary: Kansas City and St. Louis.
Way back when we started this little adventure, I placed a United States sticker map on our front door.
On June 1st, after spending the entire Winter and Spring in California, we started our journey east.
US 395 runs north south along the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
100 miles southeast of Lake Tahoe lies Bodie State Historic Park. Once a booming gold rush town, it is now a national historic site and a popular stop for visitors traveling along US Highway 395 in Eastern California.