The End of the Off Season

As the month of March comes to an end, so does the racing off season. We made the most of our last few days in Gulf Shores. We spent one day at the Naval Aviation Museum at Pensacola Air Station. This museum is one of the best flight museums I’ve been to. The do a… Continue Reading


Who Knew??

From New Orleans, we drove 240 miles to Gulf Shores, Alabama. We have never been here before and my experience with the Gulf has been the dirty waters off of Texas, or the pristine beaches of Clearwater Florida. The coast of Alabama is very close to that of Clearwater. This place has big wide sugar… Continue Reading


Driving into Cajun Country

Texas is big, and takes a long time to cross. So long, that by the time you leave it, you are glad that it’s over. We left Las Cruces Monday morning and made it to Sweetwater. The scenery was finally starting to green up and the trees just beginning to leaf out. On Tuesday we… Continue Reading


Wrapping Up Our Time in Las Cruces

Our one month stay here is over tomorrow. The past couple of weeks we’ve just been laying low and spending as much time as possible with family.  We have also met some fellow full-timers and gotten to spend a few evenings sitting around the park listening and telling travel stories. This park is a little … Continue Reading


Rain in the Desert

Not everyday can be sunny and 70.  This last week we had rain for a few days. I have always liked the smell of the desert when it rains.  The area needs the water and since the temps were still in the 60s, we were able to get out of the RV and not go… Continue Reading


Las Cruces Winter

It may not be Orange County warm, but I also won’t be shoveling any snow either. We are settling into a nice rhythm of days in the 70s and nights in the 40s. There’s no excuse to not get outside.  We moved our parking spot so that the front of the RV faces southeast. This… Continue Reading