We have a NEW website, see post below!

New Website! I know we have been missing for a few weeks but that is because we have been soaking in the Texas countryside AND we are transitioning to a new web page!! New post on our time in White Sand Dunes and Big Bend... Continue Reading →


Tucson’s Best Day Trips

We enjoyed our week moochdocking in Tucson, but to us these day trips outperformed city life.  Tucson's best day trips: Wine Country:  (1 hr from city) Tucson actually has two wine "countries"... Wilcox & Sonoita-Elgin  (we only made it to Sonoita-Elgin). I put the word countries in quotations... Continue Reading →

Moochdocking in Tucson, AZ

So, moochdocking... it's not quite boondocking (no hook ups) on BLM land, or Waldocking (staying the night for free in a Walmart parking lot) but rather parking your rig for a night (or 7) in a friend's backyard/driveway. We were lucky enough to have the... Continue Reading →

Big city livin’ in Pheonix

We didn't realize how spoiled we were in Sedona (small town vibe, national park like views, our off grid + FREE gorgeous camping spot) until we drove into the big city lights of Phoenix. The sixth largest city in the U.S.... over 1.5 million... Continue Reading →

Boondocking in Sedona, AZ

The 15 mile drive on 89A from Flagstaff to Sedona is not to be missed. You will drop about 4,500' of elevation into Oak Creek Canyon which has a few of the top campgrounds in the Southwest. Most of the campgrounds in Oak... Continue Reading →


We really enjoyed Flag (Flagstaff) even though it was smaller (maybe about 70k ppl, with a large percentage of that population coming from Northern Arizona University) and colder than we thought. Apparently it snows an average of 100 inches per year which... Continue Reading →

ABQ to the Petrified Forest

We stopped in ABQ (Albuquerque) for only a few days, it started to feel too big and empty (weirdly...maybe because most folks were inside/inside their cars and not outside) for our taste. The city is backed up against the Sandia Mountains... Spanish... Continue Reading →

The City Different ⇔ Santa Fe

Santa Fe or as some call it... SF or The City Different is the oldest and highest (sits around 7,000') capital city in North America. The rich cultural and natural history set Santa Fe apart from any other city we have... Continue Reading →

New Mexico?!

We still can't believe the beauty in Northern New Mexico. Taos has been our homebase for the last week, more specifically the Rio Bravo BLM Campground. This is one of two campgrounds with RV spots inside the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument ($15 per night for water +... Continue Reading →

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