Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Lovely Fall Campground

One lovely October weekend, we happened upon the Columbine Canyon near Red River, NM. To access the trailhead for our hike, we had to hike through the Columbine Canyon Campground, one of the loveliest, natural forest campgrounds we have ever seen. Regular readers of this blog will know I am a fan of the simple,

Your Right To Vote

Do you vote by mail?  Do you vote early?  Do you wait until the last minute to vote?  None of those questions matter as long as you vote! When we made the decision to RV fulltime we chose to get our mail and have our permanent residence be our daughter’s address.  When we are in

5 Ways to Save Fuel and Money

During the 2011-2012 Snowbird Season Arizona RV parks reported their winter residents appeared to be staying longer than in previous years, partially due to high fuel prices. With thousands of snowbirds planning to hit the road during the coming weeks and months, two things will be on their minds—arriving at their destination safely and the