We got our Passports ready months ago, I saved up my vacation time, and we took this RV International…to Canada! We hadn’t RVd in Canada before, so after an easy border crossing, we were in for some surprises, like, oh yeah, those speed limit signs are in kilometers….not miles, and how much does that […]Read More Free Camping and Free Fun in Calgary
On our summer national park tour, one of the things that has really struck us is how different each National Park is, and the secrets they each hold that aren’t fully realized for us until we are standing in the parks and experiencing them ourselves. We had heard of Yellowstone many times, and being […]Read More Yellowstone National Park, a land of intrigue
While we were in Salt Lake City, we stayed just north of the city for a few nights on Antelope Island State Park. We had heard that this was a spot that was not to miss! Did we agree?! I will let you know all of the details…the good, and the not so good. Antelope […]Read More Antelope Island State Park, Utah
Our stay in the Phoenix area started with 3 days of dry camping at the beautiful Lost Dutchman State Park in Apache Junction, just a bit east of Phoenix. There are so many wonderful state parks in Arizona, many with camping sites, but you want to book them at least a couple of months […]Read More Family Fun in Phoenix
After leaving California, our travels brought us to Yuma, Arizona for a couple of weeks of staying in the warmth as much as possible for the cold month of February. We hadn’t looked into what there was to do in the Yuma area before booking our stay here, and once we got there thought it […]Read More What is there to do in Yuma, Arizona?
David had 3 weekends that he was doing ministry at churches in and around Chicago! Since this was near the beginning of our trip, we didn’t do the best job of planning where we would stay. Though we had reservations, they were a bit out of town, which seemed ok, until you realize that you […]Read More 2 Weeks Around Chicago