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 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.
I am finishing up my final preparations to start 17 days on the road tomorrow. It will be my lonest trip in the teardrop, my longest trip as an adult and the lonest period of time as an adult that I won't be working. That last part is what is actually stressing me out the … Continue reading Journey to 17 Days On The Road
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
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.
In June I made what I am sure will be the first of many trips to Galveston with the Teardrop. As if I didn't love it already, this trip solidified the love affair. It really will be a game changer for the beach. I have lived in Houston over 10 years and always say I … Continue reading Galveston Beach June 2018
On the weekend of May 18th, Princess Craft RV hosted the Spring 2018 Texas Tiny Trailer Rally at The Johnson Creek RV Park in Kerrville, Texas. Once again, I can't say enough great things about Princess Craft and this event. I attended my first Rally in the Fall of 2017 and even though I enjoyed … Continue reading Texas Tiny Trailer Rally Spring 2018
I realized I have not posted about a couple of my recent additions to the T@G. The first is my decal on the back. I have been trying to come up with something for a while and with the help of my sister we found the perfect idea. The person who made it even gave … Continue reading More Small Additions
On my Spring Road Trip I spent a couple nights in Fair Play South Carolina. Although I enjoyed the area, the Thousand Trails Campground there is another one I would not recommend. While the staff and people in the park were all nice and friendly the condition of the roads was downright treacherous. They were … Continue reading South Carolina and North Georgia Waterfalls
In March of 2017 I put my T@G to the test by going off grid in the Great Smokey Mountains. By this point in the trip Bella finally decided to stop trying to stand on the console. I think the constant up and down was tiring, but she was still not getting off completely. She … Continue reading The Great Smokey Mountains