Where we are now
We are back in Michigan!
Our truck is and has been operational, those worries are over. We will be staying at the Lansing Cottonwood Campground until August 18th. Then we will start working our way south for the winter.
States We Have Visited
Provinces We Have Visited
Category Archives: Texas
Our next major stop after Big Bend National Park was supposed to be Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, AZ. Because the distance was too far to travel in one day, we had to plan an overnight stop, and we … Continue reading
After a few weeks of some fairly active sightseeing, we were ready for some relaxation. Staying at the RV park at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio seemed to fill that need. Fort Sam Houston is home to the Army’s … Continue reading
When we are talking to people about being full time RVers the one question that comes up most often is, “How do you get your mail?” Because we no longer had a physical address in Michigan we had to establish … Continue reading
It was a two-day drive from Carlsbad, NM to San Antonio, but we were able to find a city park in the small town of Junction, TX. It’s a nice park, right on a river, and the City of Junction … Continue reading
Palo Duro Canyon was our next stop between Texas and Utah. When Pat told me we should stay at Palo Duro Canyon State Park, I asked if she chose that site because she knew I had been there before. When … Continue reading
The National Scouting Museum in Irving, TX was our first stop in the Dallas area. The museum is a very interactive facility that would certainly appeal to Scouting age kids. A video featuring Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of the Scouting … Continue reading
Our big activity in Houston was visiting old friends. Pat had a roommate from college, Susan Ashton, whom she hadn’t seen in forty years and we wanted to take advantage of being in the area to see her. Also, after … Continue reading
We had read some reviews of the RV Park at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi that mentioned the strong winds and they were right! We had strong winds almost every day we were there, but the weather was generally warm … Continue reading
The RV park at Fort Sam Houston is a wonderful location to camp for easy access to San Antonio. The most historical landmark in San Antonio is the Alamo. It is one thing to read and watch movies about this … Continue reading