Along with the joys of going to visit new places and seeing wonderful sights comes the challenge of ongoing RV maintenance and repairs. We have been on the road and living in our rig for more than 1095 days and it seems that there is always something that needs to be fixed. While we were … Continue reading Back On The Road Again
This week David and I celebrated a milestone: our 3rd anniversary of full timing! We left Richmond, VA on June 14, 2017 and we had no idea what a wonderful life awaited us. We have traveled over 50,000 miles and have stayed in 171 sites. Our adventures have taken us to many breath taking places … Continue reading Celebrate! Celebrate!
Last week we made our way quickly to a campground so we could stay in one place for a while. We had been asked to leave Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument because they suddenly closed the campground. The state parks in Arizona are still open but who knows for how long. We decided that a … Continue reading Hunkered Down – Camp Verde/Sedona AZ
Note: We got a knock on the door this afternoon by a ranger who informed us that we have less than 48 hours to leave the park campground before it is completely closed. They report that there are new CDC directives that call for the use of additional personal protective equipment for cleaning facilities which … Continue reading Asked to Leave Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument – Arizona
As we mentioned in a previous post, we are in a remote area of Arizona about four miles from the Mexican border, in the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. There is one town about 45 minutes-drive north of us called Ajo (ah-HO). This town, called “garlic” in Spanish, is a quaint village with a beautiful … Continue reading Where the Summer Spends the Winter -Ajo, AZ