RV Journeys

By J. Dawg | Follow the travels of fellow Rver's as they tell their stories about experiencing the great parts of this country

Jemez Springs — Soakers and Seekers

<i>NOTE: I have been off the road for a month attending family visits, followed by over a week with no cell signal. Here is a post I wrote over Memorial</i> …

Hot Springs

Trying to Escape the Heat

Rock Creek, CA<p><b>We finally made our way out of Jojoba Hills on Saturday morning. We learned one thing, and that is we would not stay there into July</b> …

Maine’s Sebago Lake State Park – Lakeside Camping at its Best

<b>Sebago</b> <b>Lake State Park</b> is one of Maine’s premier state parks. It sits on the north shore of Maine’s largest fresh water lake. Only 30 miles from …

The Back way to Telluride

Stopping in at a local visitor center is the perfect way I like to start exploring a new area. The first time Al and I camped at Ridgway State Park …

Biking and Camping Along the Cape Cod Canal

I recently took a short trip to the <b>Cape Cod Canal</b> in Massachusetts. The canal is a waterway that was built so ships can avoid having to navigate out …

Finding Fun in Flagstaff

After traveling over 10,000 miles last summer as I made my way from Texas to the far reaches of Newfoundland and Labrador and back in just over four …

The Last Train to Clarksdale

For as long as I can recall, I have always been passionate about train travel, from early childhood riding the miniature train through the Fort Worth …

The Only Blogger Who Hasn’t Been to Bisbee?

Another one of those “out west” places that feels like its approaching blogger cliché status is Bisbee, Arizona. After following RV blogs for about …

Hanging with the BIG trees at Sequoia National Park

<i>April 14-21</i><br>We knew that we couldn’t stay inside Sequoia National Park due to the lack of cell service so we settled on the nice looking COE …

Inspired by Spires – The Wonderland of Rocks

I had never heard of Chiricahua National Monument prior to reading about it on my hiking buddy Mark’s blog back in 2015. I couldn’t even spell it, …

Leaving Colorado

My first winter in the Colorado Rockies turned out to be rather mild with minimal snow in the valley. Great for a non-skier like me; not so great for …

Wild Rides at the Arcadia Rodeo

When people think of cattle ranching and cowboys, they tend to think of western states like Colorado and Wyoming. But Florida is also a place that …

RVs

We Are Not in Arizona Any More Daisy.......

I am reminded of this quote (or at least my version) as we drive north out of Arizona into Nevada, California and eventually Oregon. What were sunny …

Oh Hey There Pacific Ocean, It’s Been While!

<i>February 17-24</i><br>A funny thing happened a few weeks ago during the drive from Organ Pipe Cactus NM to Yuma. As we rolled west on I-8, signs that read,</i> …

Love & Valentines At Bahia Honda – FL Keys, FL

It’s Valentine’s Day today, so it’s time to share some looooooooove!We’ve got lots of serious stuff going on in the Wheelingit camp, so admittedly we …

California – LA to Merced

After our fun-filled month in San Diego, we headed next towards LA. We have some good friends that live in Manhattan Beach, so we stayed at the …

Hanging with the Saguaros in Ajo

<i>January 28 – February 3</i><br>We first visited the tiny town of Ajo, AZ way back in the winter of 2013. It was our first winter of full-time RVing and our …

Enchantment Times Two

As colder temperatures descended upon Colorado in November, I began to get restless. It felt unnatural to stay in one place as the season changed …

Two Top 10's in 2 Days!

First off, an adventure that made our top 10 <i>adventure</i> list.<p>We had been to several caves and caverns in the past year and thought we had seen some …

A Frosty Trip Down to Big Bend National Park

Well, we did not ring in the New Year as anticipated….. We had the best laid plans of visiting friends on their ranch outside of Water Valley Texas. …

Another Visit to Turtle Beach

Over the past 5 years, I’ve developed some favorite stop over places on my annual snowbird journey to Florida. One of these places is the small …

RVs

2017 Best Campgrounds & Stays Of The Year

Following my written year round-up, it’s time to dig into the best of the best campgrounds we stayed at this year.As you already know we stayed …

Camping

Three Days in Amarillo

I woke up yesterday morning startled and alert. There was someone driving right by our rig! Why would someone be driving by our rig way out here? We …

Chasing the light at Alabama Hills Lone Pine California

November 12-16, 2017 My last visit to Alabama Hills during late winter, the Sierras wore a blanket of white providing a stark backdrop to the ever …

Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend

On our way from the<p>Petrified Forest to the Grand CanyonGrand Canyon to Zion (Grand Canyon post coming up!), we stopped in Page, Arizona. We hadn’t …

Golden San Juans

While the area around Vail is quite pretty, it doesn't equal the spectacle of southwest Colorado's San Juan range, especially when the aspens peak in …

Ludington, Michigan

The beautiful blue waters of Lake Michigan have amazed us all summer so as our summer travels were winding down we decided to hang out in more …

San Diego

After trekking across the country, we arrived in San Diego in mid-March. We booked a month at the Mission Bay RV Resort and we were excited to have …

Exploring Wild & Diverse Cape Cod, MA

I first thought about Cape Cod in the Californian high desert around 5 years ago. We were in Bishop CA, one of our fav little stops along one of our …