Full Time RV Living

Living and Working on the Open Road

  • Homeless dog is homeless no more!
    Sunday, May 14 Readers are impatient to know what happens to Homeless Dog.  In order not to draw out the suspense, this post is very long.  It really is two posts in one. — Sue ~ ~ ~ Again this … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2017-05-24
    15 hours ago
  • Every day brings us closer
    Saturday, May 13 Reggie and his new friend at Rogerson RV Park on Route 93, south of Twin Falls, Idaho ~ ~ ~ Reggie and I go outside to greet the morning. “Oh, there’s your friend, Reg, waiting for you … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2017-05-23
    2 days ago
  • How Real World Experience Affects Your Political Theories
    Although I am not one of them, there are people who enjoy reading political science or 'theory of government' books. It would be interesting to see what a person of that type would go through if exiled from their reading lamp to the right place in the real world.Let them… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2017-05-22
    3 days ago
  • Back to the Black Hills
    May 14, Sunday I leave my overnight camp at Riverside Park in Douglas, WY around 10. There’s less rush this morning to get on the road because my drive is only about 180 miles and I can’t check into my campsite until noon at the earliest. I retrace my route… ... read more
    Source: Interstellar Orchard Published on 2017-05-21
    4 days ago
  • Reggie and Homeless Dog: Friends at first sight!
    Friday, May 12 (continued) In the previous installment, RVSue and Reggie make their home in the RV park in Rogerson, south of Twin Falls, Idaho.  While RVSue and Reggie walk around the park, they are being watched.  ~ ~ ~ … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2017-05-21
    4 days ago
  • Blue Mountains, Views & Cool(ish) Weather – Shenandoah Valley, VA
    Now those are mind-expanding views!The landscape sure has changed. Gone are the saw palmettos and Spanish moss, replaced by ferns and hardwood trees, their leaves shimmering green in the spring sunshine. Gone is that intense symphony of southern forest sounds, replaced by birds tweeting harmoniously and the soft crunch of… ... read more
    Source: WheelingIt Published on 2017-05-20
    5 days ago
  • Outdoor Perfection
    I actually got a picture of both of them disporting on the ridge, but it isn't worth showing. After all, that is the whole point.Chilly, dry air. A mostly blue sky, with a few puffy clouds. And just enough cool breeze to stimulate without annoying. But I wasn't the only… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2017-05-20
    5 days ago
  • A warm camp in a small town for the last cold blast of spring
    Friday, May 12 (continued) Traveling toward Wells, Nevada, the presence of the Ruby Mountains (above) triggers fond memories of the time the crew and I camped at Ruby Lake National Wildlife Refuge.   It was cold then and, even though … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2017-05-20
    5 days ago
  • Camping for convenience on a push northward
    Thursday, May 11 Leaving Ward Ovens Historical State Park, Egan Mountains, south of Ely, Nevada A very short travel day! The Perfect Tow Vehicle transports Reggie and me seven miles on the dirt road to Route 93. About eighteen more … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2017-05-19
    6 days ago
  • Traversing the Rockies
    May 10, Wednesday It’s rained a rather considerable amount the last two days here near Moab, UT. This morning, camp is mud. The ground on Klondike Bluffs road is clay, and it turns into a gooey mess when wet. Soon it feels like I’m walking on platform shoes because of… ... read more
    Source: Interstellar Orchard Published on 2017-05-17
    1 week ago
  • A piney camp in Nevada next to giant “beehives!”
    Wednesday, May 10 Before leaving Kershaw-Ryan State Park, I fill up the Best Little Trailer’s fresh water tank (for washing and flushing) and also several one-gallon jugs (for Reggie’s water dish and my coffee and cooking). We’re on the open … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2017-05-17
    1 week ago
  • The Art Of Slo-Mo RVing, Friends & Moochdocking – Lake Wateree, SC
    Our ultimate goal was to get to Virginia and in fairly short order too (trying to escape that Southern heat ya know), but we had ~430 miles of asphalt between us and the mountains. For some folks that might look like a single drive, but in “beastly slo-mo” style that meant a minimum… ... read more
    Source: WheelingIt Published on 2017-05-17
    1 week ago
  • A reminder of the precious gift of life — Kershaw-Ryan Garden
    Tuesday, May 9 The Perfect Tow Vehicle carries Reggie and me from the campground at Kershaw-Ryan State Park in Caliente, Nevada, a short distance up the road to the park’s garden. “Uh-oh.” Jubilant children swarm the garden.  A school bus … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2017-05-16
    1 week ago
  • Defeating the Prevailing Tourist Culture
    Stepping out of your camper early on a cool windy morning, you don't expect to be greeted by a slithering rattlesnake. But there it was, sidewinding its way from the tow vehicle to my trailer door. Of course, it could have been a bull snake, but I didn't have time… ... read more
    Source: Occupation of Independence Published on 2017-05-16
    1 week ago
  • The Monster of Kershaw-Ryan State Park
    Deer family, no longer skittish at the sight of Reggie and me, Meadow Valley Walkway, Caliente, Nevada Monday, May 8 Today is moving day!  Our week at Young’s RV Park is over.  It has been a pleasant week for me and … Continue reading ... read more
    Source: rv sue and her canine crew Published on 2017-05-14
    2 weeks ago

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