Jan 2018

Free Camping at Vineyards & Farms – Harvest Hosts

We want to tell you about a neat network of wineries, farms and attractions that invite self-contained RV’ers to visit and stay overnight called Harvest Hosts! What is Harvest Hosts? It’s a network of wineries, breweries, farms and Agri-tourism sites that provide unique overnight parking options. For an annual ($49), tri-annual ($135- UPDATE: $115 for 3 year membership) or lifetime membership ($300) fee, you will...

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Aug 2017

Rv’ing the Pacific Coast & San Francisco

San Francisco, a city filled with beautiful architecture, trendy restaurants/ bars and a lot of hills. What an awesome and fun city to explore, party or just enjoy the sights around the bay. We explored the city in a fun packed touristy day, driving the motorcycle to 7 of cities top attractions. Check out the article below and our video attached because there are some...

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May 2017

Our 24 Hour San Antonio Adventure

San Antonio is a major city located in south-central Texas. San Antonio is known for its deep colonial heritage and is the home of The Alamo; an 18th century Spanish mission that marks the Texan independence from Mexico. It is also a great city to visit and have some fun! While we only stayed in San Antonio for a a little over 24 hours, here...

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Apr 2017

Mexico Dental – A Guide to Dental Surgery in Los Algodones

Before we get Started If you are thinking about getting dental work done in Mexico then you’ve found a great resource to help you decide if Mexico Dental is the right choice for you. All of the information you will find in this article is based on personal experiences and our independent research. We were not paid by any dental office, and give our opinion freely...

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Feb 2017

Traveling Southern New Mexico – Rocket Ships, Caverns, and White Sands

Traveling Southern New Mexico As we made our way rather quickly from San Antonio, Texas to Tucson, Arizona. We decided to check out a few landmarks on our way. If you are planning on doing the same trek on 1-10 West through southern New Mexico, we strongly recommend stopping at Carlsbad Caverns and the White Sands of New Mexico which are both National Treasures. Campground(s) we...

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Nov 2016

Your Next Bucket List Adventure – Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

Each year during the first full week of October the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico hosts the Albuquerque International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta. About 750,000 people come to this fiesta each year to see hundreds of different balloons float above the city. When our friends told us about this event and that it was extremely RV friendly we knew we had to go! We attend the 45th Annual...

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Oct 2016

Niagara Falls in 24 Hours

We’ve always wanted to visit Niagara Falls but we didn’t have a large amount of time during this trip, actually we only had one day! Challenge accepted! Niagara Falls is located in Niagara Falls State Park which is America’s oldest State Park. Millions of gallons of water go over the falls every minute about 750 gallons each second. The falls create a source of hydro-power,...

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May 2016

Welcome to the Big Easy! Visiting New Orleans During Mardi Gras

New Orleans is a great place to enjoy food, music and culture, especially during Mardi Gras. So when we just so happened to be close to New Orleans, Louisiana for Mardi Gras 2016 we had to stop and experience this festival for ourselves! New Orleans is a melting pot of different types of food and cultures ranging from French to German to Creole to African...

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Feb 2016

Exploring Stone Mountain Georgia

Stone Mountain Georgia is a town located 30 minutes northeast of Atlanta, sitting next to the massive geological formation know as “Stone Mountain.” The formation is a quartz monzonite dome monadnock or in my words “a huge rock sticking out of ground!” It’s quite an amazing site to see, measuring 1,686 feet about sea level at the summit (825 feet above the surrounding area). It is...

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