• Florida to Arizona (11/28 – 12/15)

    By / December 31, 2016 / Travel Log

    It was time to head “home” for the holidays and we had just over two weeks to make it to the Phoenix Metro area of Arizona.  We would travel up the Florida Panhandle to Interstate 10, which would then take us straight to our destination. Our plan was to alternate long driving days with days… [read more]

  • Snowbirds in Florida (11/1 – 11/28)

    By / December 23, 2016 / Travel Log

    Florida We arrived in Florida on November 1st and looked forward to spending the entire month of November in the same state. Our first stop was in Wauchula at a Thousand Trails campground.  After being on the move like we had been, we took advantage of some downtime to take care of business and recharge…. [read more]

  • South for the Winter – Virginia to Florida (10/20 – 11/1)

    By / November 27, 2016 / Travel Log

    Ashland, VA 10/20 – 10/25 206 miles from Bear, DE to Ashland, VA Americamps RV Resort Highlights: We planned our journey south to coincide with our friend Jess’ 40th birthday surprise party. She and her family, as well as several other friends from Arizona, moved back to Virginia a few years back, to be closer… [read more]

  • Fall in Maine and the Surrounding Northeast Area (9/15 – 10/20)

    By / November 10, 2016 / Travel Log

    We finally got back on track after the big Texas detour and landed in Maine on September 15th. Our plan all along has been to spend fall in New England for the changing of the leaves. It had been unseasonably warm in the 70s and 80s, but it was still quite a relief from the… [read more]

  • Texas to Maine Roadtrip (8/22 – 9-15)

    By / October 23, 2016 / Travel Log

    After the family festivities and some downtime in the San Antonio area, we were ready to continue our journey toward the northeast, with Maine being the stopping point for a bit. It seems easiest to group our adventures by state, so we’ll stick with that format for now. TEXAS 8/22 – 8/24 255 miles from… [read more]

  • Medina Lake, Texas (8/5 – 8/22)

    By / September 4, 2016 / Travel Log

    After an epic 3400 mile drive, we were excited to park and not move for a couple weeks! Between the hot and humid weather here and fatigue from our mega journey, we’re feeling pretty unmotivated. It felt good to not have anywhere to go or anything pressing to do. Finally…relaxation! The campground is huge with… [read more]

  • Washington to Texas in 19 Days! (7/18 – 8/5)

    By / August 19, 2016 / Travel Log

    We knew that once we left La Conner, Washington, the pace of our trip would pick up significantly. We had three weeks to get from La Conner to the San Antonio, Texas, area, but we didn’t want to just drive it and miss out on the people and sights. We mapped out a route that… [read more]

  • La Conner RV & Camping Resort (6/30 – 7/18)

    By / August 7, 2016 / Travel Log

    It’s moving day! We followed our usual routine of packing up, securing all loose items inside the coach, and disconnecting everything on the outside. We started the engine and immediately received a “turn off engine” warning on the indicator panel. We had not seen this error before and initial research showed that this may be a… [read more]

  • Rekindle Ranch, Gig Harbor, WA (6/22– 6/30)

    By / August 5, 2016 / Travel Log

    Recently, it seems that every moving day presents some sort of challenge/learning opportunity. The night before we left Silver Creek, our refrigerator flashed the NC (not cooling) error message. We turned it completely off, then back on to see if the error would clear, because when in doubt…reboot! The reboot worked for a few hours,… [read more]

  • Paradise Campground, Silver Creek, WA (6/1– 6/22)

    By / July 10, 2016 / Travel Log

    Drive We are enjoying the shorter drives from one stop to the next. The drive from Seaside, Oregon to Silver Creek, Washington was just two and a half hours and was uneventful for the most part. As we were preparing to leave Seaside, we discovered that our outdoor shower would not turn off and was… [read more]

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