I have a passion for smoking meats and grilling in general and I’ve got an awesome grill for at home. But I’ve tried three portable grills for our various RV’s that were really frustrating to use because of uneven temps. Those grills ended up in yard sales or the recycle bin over the years. I’ve shopped around and came close to pulling the trigger on … Continue reading grilling and smoking oh yeah!
One of the features on my RV shopping list was basement storage, as big, as much as I could get. One of the things I loved about the Bounders were the big compartments and basement doors. Granted the gas RV basements don’t hold a candle to the Diesel RV’s, but the Bounder is one model that had some of the biggest basements I could find. … Continue reading basements, you can take it with you!
Pinterest has turned out to be an awesome way to organize and map photos of places I’ve been to and places I’d like to see. With the map on Pinterest I can zoom in on the areas we are travelling to and get some great ideas on the fly rather than trying to plan too far ahead. With 650 locations as of October 2015, I thought … Continue reading pinterest for RV trip planning???
This year’s Labor Day camping trip became a week long boondock event with several friends up on the Mogollon Rim. We went up on Wednesday to get early pick of campsites. Once we got there we did see a lot of RV’s that got placed the weekend before to hold their spot but, we still got the first choice location Dan & Mel scouted weeks back. … Continue reading labor day all week long…
On our way to Oregon we knew we wanted to make Yosemite one of our stops. I didn’t have much luck finding campgrounds prior to the trip and the ones I did find needed reservations far ahead of our trip, we didn’t have a date settled until about 3 weeks before leaving home. Due to high temps this summer, we came in on Highway 41 … Continue reading camping in or near Yosemite
when you aren’t even a part timer, a weekend camping trip with friends is a cherished retreat, especially when you’re a desert rat! One of our favorite locations is the many meadows along the General Crook Trail near forest road 300 on the Mogollon Rim, AZ. Continue reading friends, forest, food and fire water…
with temps at 110 at home, we are enjoying 60 degree mornings and 75 degree days at Canyon Point near Forest Lakes, AZ. Elevation of 7600 makes a cool getaway! Continue reading big spaces in cool places, Canyon Point Campground