RV Travel Archive

73 – NEW DEVELOPMENTS

To summarize, we covered about 5,400 miles in the RV, plus miles of day trips and exploring in the Blazer and other vehicles, traveled through fifteen

72 – GO WEST

We didn’t want to believe it, but we were almost home. There was a frantic last-minute effort to prolong the trip just a little bit longer,

64 – WIN-WIN VACATION

Or is working vacation a better term? Either way, you get paid for working a certain number of hours and enjoying the pleasures of a vacation

54 – REFLECTIONS

As we began heading westward, knowing that we would be home in a few weeks, we took some time to reflect on all that we had

18 – WE MADE IT!

The trip from Springfield to the Indianapolis area was a relatively short one, and we would actually be calling one place home for six days. Again

13 – ON THE ROAD AGAIN

There was still so much to do and see in Cheyenne that we would have loved to stay another night, but, being on a schedule, with

11 – COPING WITH TOGETHERNESS

RV travel is cozy, even under the best of circumstances, and with three people and two pets it’s close to being crowded. After a few days

7 – ROLLING ALONG

The Alpine group was traveling en route to West Wendover, Nevada. So were we, but driving 500-plus miles instead of the 250 miles the others had

6 – A CLEAN START

The next morning the seven other RVs departed for Winnemucca, Nevada, 260 miles away. Gayle and Steve live near Reno, Nevada, not too far from Grass Valley, and

2 -THE ANSWER?

I was flattered that they wanted me to spend two months with them (and that they would put up with me that long), but my answer