Visiting the “Big Friendly” – Oklahoma City

One of the many things that we like about our RV lifestyle is that we get to meet people from all over the country as we travel. Many of these folks become dear friends and we keep up with where they are and what they are doing. Whenever possible, we try to meet up with … Continue reading Visiting the “Big Friendly” – Oklahoma City

I Hear the Train a Comin’ – Nebraska

We left the Ribidoux (pronounced like Scooby-Doo with an “R”) RV park in Gering, Nebraska, after spending an extra day to avoid high winds. We were headed south to the world’s largest rail classification yard. It is called the Bailey Yard Center and it is adjacent to the Golden Spike Tower. This massive Union Pacific … Continue reading I Hear the Train a Comin’ – Nebraska

Wagons, Trails, and Carhenge – Gering, Nebraska

More and more often these days we have discovered hidden gems in the U.S that are visited infrequently by tourists but that have great significance or beauty. After leaving Cheyenne, WY we decided to take a detour to a spot about which we had heard good things but had never visited: Scotts Bluff National Monument … Continue reading Wagons, Trails, and Carhenge – Gering, Nebraska