Road Trip! Texas to Idaho
When I started looking at how to route us from Texas up to our summer spots in Idaho and Montana, I broke some of our rules right off the bat. Others, we broke along the way when we realized our plans needed adjusting. Either way, a lot of rules were broken.
I can't remember anything. Ever. At all. Big things, little things, conversations, names, faces, events... all of it disappears quickly. Through the years, I've just relied on various tricks to help me get through life, which brings me to my cell phone.
Feeling the Weight of Our Nomadic Existence
There are a lot of times being a nomadic full-time RV traveler is awesome. The middle of a global pandemic is not one of them.
Playing House During a Pandemic
Note: My blog is still way behind, but friends and family keep checking in to see what's going on during this highly unusual time, so I figured I would post a real time update and share some information that might be helpful.
From History to Hot Water – Dallas, Texas to Hot Springs, Arkansas
There were three major things I wanted to see in Dallas: (1) Dealey Plaza; (2) the George W. Bush Presidential Library; and (3) Cowboys Stadium burn to the ground.
Austin, Part II – Bikes, Bats, & Barbecue
While we did not get to do everything we wanted to do in Austin, we did see and do a lot.
Good Luck and Great Timing in Austin
When it came to Austin, our timing was spot on, luck was on our side, and the end result was an awesome two week visit to a fantastic city.
Mixed Feelings in San Antonio
Our week in San Antonio was very much a mixed bag. There were things we liked; there were things we disliked.
Houston, We Have A Problem: The Level 9 Tour Is Way Overpriced
The time we paid way too much for a tour of the Johnson Space Center
Expectations Exceeded in Galveston, Texas
I booked a stay in Galveston because it was located along our route between New Orleans and San Antonio. But as our visit got closer, we began second guessing.