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Category Archives: Trips

Early Spring on Florida’s NE Coast

I have been doing too much driveway camping lately – it’s nice to see my family and all, and to take care of doctor’s visits, maintenance, and pitching in on…

Travels with Tai

So far this year, Tai has had his hackles raised by a wolf in northeastern Minnesota, been terrorized by a Chihuahua and yesterday in Alabama, he came snout to snout…

Potholes: Worst year ever

It’s not just the snow and ice that have been setting records in northern states and provinces this winter: So have potholes. Before setting off on a long trip south…

What off season?

We just came back from our latest trip, a 1,000 mile journey that took us to northeastern Pennsylvania and back. We had spent exactly one day at our Michigan home…

Winter RVing in California

While Mike and Jennifer have been traveling the arctic vortex some of us have been aiming for a different experience of winter. Of course, I live in San Diego county…

Anticipation: A month of travel awaits

Anticipation, they say, is half the fun. I think there’s a point there. Thinking, planning, dreaming and looking forward to the next trip is indeed pretty exciting. And as Jennifer…

RV Destination: Southwest Georgia

We visit Southwest Georgia about every two months, and have been for about ten years now. The big attraction for us is that thus is where our son and his…

And we’re off: Escape from the snow

There was another half inch of snow last night, adding to the considerable accumulation that has piled up outside our Michigan home. We got hit with about six inches last…

Men don’t talk in a duck blind

I didn’t think I’d make it down the narrow, twisting and very bumpy forest two-track that led to my current camping spot in the middle of a marsh on the…

Planning for the next RV year

Jennifer and I went to the local office supply store over the weekend and picked up a new planning calendar for 2014. It’s one of those big, poster-sized ones with…