Salton Sea, March 10, 2021 I feel I need start this post with Rod Sterling’s famous words. “There is a fifth dimension, beyond that which is known to man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, … More Salton Sea, California
August 21-22, 2019 The next port of call during our Viking Homelands Cruise was one that both Leo and I had been looking forward to with great anticipation. St Petersburg, Russia was one of, if not the highlight of this trip. There are visa requirements if you want to tour the city on your … More St Petersburg, Russia
August 15-16 2019 This is a continuation of our Vikings Homeland Cruise on the Viking ocean cruise ship, The Jupiter. I have been trying to break down the blog post by region to keep them manageable, but in my previous post on the Norway portion of the trip, I mistakenly included Aalborg which is in … More Denmark
June 18-25 What do you do when you find yourself in a location within easy distance to many charming day trip opportunities? Rejoice and explore! This was our happy circumstance during our stay in Foxborough, Massachusetts. We actually picked this RV park because I am drawn to highly rated RV resorts and Leo … More New England day trips
June 19-22, 2019 We have been to Boston many times to visit the many historical sites, but on this trip we found ourselves nearby in Foxborough and decided to visit Boston to take in a couple of noted art exhibitions. Our RV Park, Normandy Farms is conveniently situated about a 30 minute drive from the Riverside Train … More Boston Museum Visit
April 8-9, 2019 It is always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings, especially when you spot an interesting item just off the road. That is what happened last year as we drove westbound on I40 towards Santa Fe. I had seen pictures of an art installation called “Cadillac Ranch” but didn’t really … More Amarillo, Texas
April 3-7, 2019 We always try to find interesting stopping points along our route. This time we picked Albuquerque, which we had visited as a day trip, when we stayed on previous trips in Santa Fe. Albuquerque is also a convenient stopping point on I40 as we head home. The city is in close proximity … More Albuquerque, Petroglyphs and Trinity Site.
March 24- April 2 We have visited Las Vegas many times but this visit was a first in many ways. First time we are here with Leo not in a business capacity and first time here with our motorcoach. We arrived at the Las Vegas Motorcoach resort and our first impression was that we were … More Las Vegas and Lake Mead, Nevada
March 7-20, 2019 Palm Springs is a desert resort town where the streets are named after movie stars, golf communities line both sides of the streets and the sun shines continuously. This sounded like the perfect spot for us to visit with our motorcoach, as warm weather seekers is who we are. But there is … More Palm Springs, California
June 22, 2018 When we plan our RV adventures we always like to stay in an area which allows for easy day trips to numerous poitnst of interest. Santa Fe is abundant in that respect. In this trip we were somewhat disappointed not to be able to do one of our planned visits to hike … More Cool day trips from Santa Fe.