On our recent road trip we got to spend 5 days in the Rocky Mountains. We stayed at the Moraine Campground in the Rocky Mountain National Park, which is in the Estes Park area, at 8,160 feet. Of all the places we have been, this campground is at the top of the list of places … Continue reading Colorado Rocky Mountain 8,160 Feet High
We are still on our 17 day road trip but I have gotten very behind on posts after a week of being so remote, I had no cell coverage or internet. Before heading down to that spot, we had a short trip through Wyoming and of course, tried to see as much as possible in … Continue reading Short Adventures in Wyoming……..And More Storms
We recently stayed for four days in the Black Hills area of South Dakota and while I thought that would allow plenty of time to see and explore, alas, as always, it wasn't nearly enough. Fortunately, the beginning of our time in the state was not an indicator of the whole stay. We headed into … Continue reading South Dakota: DON’T HONK AT THE BUFFALO!
So I will start by warning you that this post may have more information about camping without power or water hookups than you want. But since this is one of the most discussed topics at the rallies I attend and is one of the questions I get the most, I decided to put it all … Continue reading 5 Days Off The Grid – The Good, The Bad and the “Dirty” Details
I only had one night in Nebraska so I didn't have a lot of time or sightseeing or adventures, but I did make one stop at a place in Minden that a coworker recommended. To be honest, I almost skipped it but I'm glad I didn't because it was amazing enough that it deserves it's … Continue reading Harold Warp’s Pioneer Village
I started my big 17 day road trip a couple days ago and overall, it's been a much better experience than last year. Well, 95%, but that 5% is story for later in the post. The first day was 9 hours of driving across Texas, so not much to write about, but after that I … Continue reading There’s No Place Like Home……There’s No Place Home…….My Kansas Experiences and Why Dorothy Should Have Stayed In Oz.
In March 2019 I attended my first Rally with the Southwest Vintage and Teardrop group at Tyler State Park. It was the 5th annual gathering for the group, but my first time to attend a gathering. I have been a member of the Facebook group for a while so it was great to finally see … Continue reading Southwest Vintage & Teardrop Rally 2019
In March Bella and I made a short weekend trip to Fredericksburg, Texas to check out some of Texas Wine Country's dog friendly wineries. It ended up being considerably cooler than I anticipated, but we still made the most of the time there. We found quite a few great places to visit that allow dogs. … Continue reading Fredericksburg and Texas Wine Country March 2019
It's been a while since Bella and I have had any Teardrop adventures. Not to say we haven't had adventures because in September I made my first trip to the UK and on November the 1st, I became an aunt for the first time. I have also done traveling for work and started working towards … Continue reading Blue Bell & Texas Wine Country
Yes, I know, if you are regular reader of this blog you are thinking "new ride?" I know, I said I didn't need a new vehicle after my Spring road trip, but new car fever hit me hard. Also, the Escape had a chance for a new home and purpose of carrying my new niece. … Continue reading Natural Bridge Caverns – New Ride, More Adventures.