It was raining on Sunday and we had to get out of the travel trailer, so we took the kids to see the new Paw Patrol movie. The theater had a floss vending machine in the lobby! 😂 🦷 Does your local theater have a floss vending machine?
I published this last week, but I failed to set the date properly. I’m just re-posting it today so it’s in a better sequential order on the blog. Well friends we have a big announcement. We sold our beautiful home in Northern California and we are moving to Idaho! We did things a little bit … Continue reading RV Homeschool 🤦🏻♀️ Here We Go Again!
Fellow blogger, Betty, over at Chambers on the Road recently gave me the idea to write a post about camping activities for kids. Thanks for the great idea Betty! In our family history, we’ve gone from rare overnight camping once a year in a pop-up trailer, to living in a 35ft class A Winnebago (Blaze) … Continue reading 10 Awesome Camping Activities for Kids
This week's Friendly Friday Photo Challenge comes from Sandy at The Sandy Chronicles. The theme this week is Essential Tips & Tools so I've decided to combine and re-post two posts that I wrote over a year ago: 17 Essential Items for Living in Your RV and The 10 Best RV Toys For Kids. Thanks … Continue reading Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – ESSENTIAL TIPS & TOOLS – RV Essentials & Toys for Kids
In honor of Father’s Day, I’ll begin this post with something that my dad recently told me, “the 2 best days of owning a recreational vehicle [be it a boat, motorcycle, or class A motor home] are the day you buy it and the day you sell it.” 1982 – my parents, my younger sister … Continue reading Happy Father’s Day! & We Sold the Winnebago!
(The featured image for this post is the sunset from my parent's deck in Paradise, California, before the Camp Fire.) We have an exciting update! In April, we made an offer to purchase a house here in California, and we just got the keys to our new home! It is with mixed feelings that I … Continue reading Coming in for a Landing
We decided to take two mini vacations in February to test out the RV. After a great weekend at Olema Campground to check out Point Reyes National Seashore (2/7/20-2/10/20) we took a week off and then headed to Yosemite Lakes RV Resort to check out Yosemite National Park (2/21/20-2/24/20). We had a wonderful time on … Continue reading Yosemite National Park – California
Olema Campground in conveniently located near Point Reyes National Seashore. Though the campground offers full hook-ups we ended up with a site that did not have sewer hook-up. Nevertheless, we used the RV showers, toilets, and the campground dump station. The setting of the campground was beautiful. We enjoyed just being in nature surrounded by … Continue reading Olema Campground – Olema, California
After two jam-packed, fun-filled days at Point Reyes National Seashore we decided to treat ourselves to dinner at a local restaurant. E and I both wanted seafood. Someone had recommended Tony’s Seafood which was a short drive up highway 1. The restaurant had an ocean front view and a casual atmosphere. E and both ordered … Continue reading Tony’s Seafood – Marshall, California
When we arrived back at Ken Patrick Visitor Center we ate a picnic lunch in the Jeep and then walked out to Drakes beach to see the bull elephant seals up close! The bulls were sunbathing in the afternoon and didn’t move much. Rangers were putting little orange flags a safe distance around them to … Continue reading Drakes Beach – Bull Elephant Seals – Point Reyes National Seashore – California