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  • Protected: Ian’s Transplant Journey

    Protected: Ian’s Transplant Journey

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  • Big Cypress Florida – Pre Pandemic

    Big Cypress Florida – Pre Pandemic

    I haven’t heard much about Big Cypress National Preserve. Surprisingly, it’s filled with wildlife and sandwiched between the Northernmost Everglades Visitors Centers at Everglades City and Shark Valley. February 2020 gave us a few days to enjoy the park on our way to the Florida Keys. Selecting which activities to do in the area created […]

  • Starting 2020 by Heading East – Texas & Louisiana

    Starting 2020 by Heading East – Texas & Louisiana

    We are making our way to the Florida Keys for a March stay that we reserved a year ago. It hasn’t taken long to get acclimated to our regular travel schedule again. There were a couple of quick stops in Deming, New Mexico and Fort Stockton, Texas – just passing through. We slowed the pace […]

  • Florida’s Gulf Islands National Seashore

    Florida’s Gulf Islands National Seashore

    Luckily, Bruce reserved a spot at Fort Pickens at the Gulf Islands National Seashore 6 months ahead. February is very busy and nearly impossible to find an RV campsite on short notice. We must have snagged a cancellation. Our two-week stay started out ominously. There was nearly zero visibility, torrential rain and wind as we […]

  • My Favorite Kayak Paddle So Far! Silver River FL

    My Favorite Kayak Paddle So Far! Silver River FL

    Our first kayaking after Bruce refinished the kayaks in January was at Ocala, Florida in Silver Springs State Park in late February. We paddled 5 miles down river from the park to Ray Wayside. For $10, we got a shuttle ride from Ray Wayside where we left the car back to Silver Springs Park canoe […]

  • Tempe Holiday Reset

    Tempe Holiday Reset

    Our month stay at Catalina Spa RV Resort in Desert Hot Springs is up 12/16/19 and it is time to go about 280 miles East to stay in Tempe with our daughter Megan for Christmas. Leaving the springs is always hard. I love the warmth of the hot-spring-fed swimming pool and spa for much-needed exercise. […]

  • 2019 Travel Adventures

    2019 Travel Adventures

    Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy New Year 2020! Traveling in 2019 delivered plenty of awesome experiences and a lot of first-time milestones in nature. We highly recommend spending time in nature whenever you can! It’s good for the soul. RV Routes Click the map below to see a larger interactive view of […]

  • Return from Canada – The Detour

    Return from Canada – The Detour

    I had no idea how much our nomadic life would be impacted by the weather. The best journeys have happened on the edge of my tolerance for big weather events. However, driving a 40-foot RV with a towed car in big storms does deserve a certain amount of caution. The unpredictable mid-October weather in the […]

  • Polar Bear Migration Tour – Part 3 On to Winnipeg

    Polar Bear Migration Tour – Part 3 On to Winnipeg

    Still high from the Tundra Buggy Polar Bear sightings, we packed our suitcases to return to the RVs for this final post of the Polar Bear Migration Tour. If you missed the prior posts, see Part 2 The Bears in Churchill and Part 1 Getting to Churchill. Train from Churchill to Thompson A train trip […]

  • Polar Bear Migration RV Tour – Part 2 The Bears in Churchill

    Polar Bear Migration RV Tour –  Part 2 The Bears in Churchill

    Arriving in Churchill After a two-week journey of moving and driving nearly every day in the RV, we finally arrived in Churchill, the Polar Bear Capital of the World. See Polar Bear Migration Tour – Part 1 Getting to Churchill in the previous post. A welcome break in the schedule, Part 2 included a flight […]

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