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Sticker Quest 2021: Nebraska and Iowa

Way back when we started this little adventure, I placed a United States sticker map on our front door.

Zion Without Cryin: Finding Solitude in Busy Southern Utah

On June 1st, after spending the entire Winter and Spring in California, we started our journey east.

Bodie Ghost Town

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.

California’s Central Coast Part II: The Pacific Coast Highway

When I initially booked our visit to Morro Bay, one of my goals was to use it as a jumping off point to drive a particularly scenic portion of the Pacific Coast Highway.

North Cascades National Park: The Most Beautiful Place You May Have Never Heard Of

An oft heard complaint these days is it's hard to get away from crowds in the National Parks. Thanks to Facebookers and Instagrammers and bloggers and vloggers and Instagramming-blogger-vloggers all of whom won't stuff a sock in it, just about every big national park is absolutely overrun by hordes of tourons* trying to ride a bison to TikTok glory.

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.

Michigan’s Finest: Ann Arbor and The Henry Ford

The last stop on our six week tour of Michigan was in the southeastern corner of the state.

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.