Where are We Going?

When you think of living in a home on wheels, you naturally assume you will be able to travel the country, see everything that you want and go on a whim.  And to some degree, that can be true.  However, travelling in a motorhome takes more time than a car and a lot more thought. …

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A Completed State?

As we travel through the United States, there are a lot of decisions to make.  One we have been debating since hitting the road:  What do you have to do to consider a US state as “done?”   Motorhomes often have maps on the sides and the owners use stickers to show where they have been. …

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Halloween Treats

One of the interesting aspects of the RV Life is choosing the type of place to stay along your journey.  There are a wide variety of places to park a motorhome, from “resorts” complete with water parks and putt putt to simple wooded areas with few amenities.  We have stayed in Corps of Engineers campgrounds,…

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Sedona Photography – Part II

When traveling with a professional photographer, you get a bit spoiled, knowing he will capture great memories of your travels.  And when you are traveling in a place like Sedona with so much natural beauty, it is hard not to stop photographing.  One thing I have learned though about photography is that it isn’t about…

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Spirit of Sedona

The rocks tell stories, the crystals heal, and the people proudly discuss their connection to the earth.  Sedona is a town well known as a place for great spiritual awakening and attracts many people for this aspect of its history.  I was excited to open myself to these possibilities and explore the many aspects of…

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Santa Fe

Note:  We forgot to post this last week so forgive our tardiness.  This was written last Friday, Nov. 3. One of our favorite places is Santa Fe.  There is something about this town that refreshes our spirit and inspires us.  While we did not do a long day of hiking in the desert mountain today…

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Home Alone…

Debra doesn’t make too many mistakes. However, she did the time…she left me the username and password for the blog. I dropped her off at the airport on Friday morning. It was a nice drive in since the trip from Santa Fe to ABQ airport was a pretty decent drop in elevation. I ventured into…

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Tale of Two Days

Monday was a nearly a perfect day.  It was the right blend of work and play with the right mix of society and nature.   It was the type of day we envisioned when planning this trip.  The weather was chilly and beautifully sunny.  We worked in the morning, took care of a few life…

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