WHERE ARE WE NOW?
Fifty Point Conservation RV Park & Marina
WANT TO COME ALONG FOR THE RIDE?
- What’s it like travelling full-time with pets?
- We raised a totem pole!
- A Captain and his ‘Family’ Crew
- A Ferry Tale…
- Driest, Hottest, Lowest!
- It’s All About The Planning…
- 1000 Days and What That Means
- Go West, young man, go West…
- Mardi Gras Extraordinaire – True Dat!
- Florida bound – finally Snowbirds!
Monthly Archives: March 2015
We’ve spent 5 days in New Orleans, over-nighted 1 night at an Alpaca Farm and now 3 nights in Memphis – and I’m feeling a little overwhelmed with the blogs that are stacking up. So today, I’m simply going … Continue reading
Check out the label on your bottle of tabasco that’s in the back corner of your fridge. Yup, made in the USA – in Avery Island, Louisiana, USA to be exact. Just 30 minutes from Lafayette and on the way … Continue reading
Shortly after we invested in the coach we bought a membership to Harvest Host – a camping program created by a couple of fellow RV’ers who love staying at unique places. For $40/year membership fee you get access to all of the … Continue reading
Next stop – San Antonio TX. Why? Well there’s the Alamo AND Davey Crockett for one, AND Riverwalk, AND horse drawn carriages AND double decker buses AND the El Mercado AND giant margaritas at Rosario’s. I know – we’ll do … Continue reading
We had some rain, sleet and a dusting of snow the afternoon before we went to the caverns in Carlsbad, New Mexico so it was a frosty, chilly 29°F the next morning as we made our way up.
I first heard the name Alamogordo, NM when working at IMAX – and I loved the name. There’s a museum and planetarium complex and the smallest IMAX theatre located at the New Mexico Museum of Space History. But that’s NOT … Continue reading
It’s Friday, February 27th and time to leave Tucson. We had been here 4 days and had way too much fun but it was time to head to Las Cruces, New Mexico for the night and then to Alamogordo, New … Continue reading
The rodeo grandstand gates opened at 11 a.m. and you could shop in the Western Marketplace for all things country – boots, belts, jeans, saddles, hats, jewellery, food, beer and shots of Jack…