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Pandemic Winter in San Diego

This year, we spent the entire winter in San Diego.

Grumpy Old Men Know Nothing About Photography

Recently, Kevin, Thor, and I took a drive to Borrego Springs, a small town located about two hours east of San Diego in the Southern California desert.

2020: Was This All My Fault?

Did I play some role in bringing on this dumpster fire of a year??

Crater Lake, Waldo Lake, and Friends!

7,700 years ago, Mount Mazama, one of several volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest, erupted violently and with enough destructive force that the 12,000 foot tall mountain collapsed in on itself.

Glacier National Park, Part I: Why Everyone’s Advice Is Wrong

The key to having a great time at Glacier National Park is doing the exact opposite of what everyone tells you to do.

Dear People of Instagram: WTF????

Recently, as I was scrolling through Instagram, I checked out the hashtag "RVLiving." Also, recently, I asked Kevin whether he thought I'd be able to start a website called www.quityourbullshit.com These two facts are not unrelated.

Full-Time RV Travel: The Stuff That Wears You Down

While we have loved living and traveling in our motorhome, full-time RV travel is not without its challenges. These are the things that, after 3.5 years on the road, are wearing us down and which, if you travel the way we do, might wear you down, too.

58 Seconds to Launch: The Titan Missile Museum

At the height of the Cold War, 54 underground silos containing the most powerful nuclear missiles ever built (before or since) littered the landscape in Arizona, Kansas, and Arkansas.

Moses & Me

I think I know how Moses felt.

Bryce Canyon National Park

You know how people like to say a place "took their breath away"? Well, apparently, that's a real thing. Indeed, it's what happened to us each and every time we walked up to the canyon rim and looked over the edge.