Remember at the end of my last post how I joked about public health authorities quarantining us? Well, that actually happened. Sort of. Unfortunately Ken’s flu-like symptoms persisted and his condition continued to deteriorate, so on our last scheduled day in Moab we visited the walk-in clinic at the hospital in hopes they could offer … Read moreWell That Sucks: Serious Illness on the Road
After our encounters with snow and freezing temperatures in Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon, it was with great rejoicing that we arrived in Las Vegas to sunny days with temperatures climbing into the 70s. My own enjoyment of Las Vegas was short-lived, however, since we were in town primarily for my airport access. East Coast … Read moreEast Coast Visits, Hoover Dam, and Mysterious Las Vegas
This week marked our one-year anniversary of moving into the Airstream. So are we sick of it yet? Answer: No. Well, that concludes my shortest blog post yet. Just kidding! This is a perfect opportunity to reflect on our experiences so far. After completing a year on the road, I think we can … Read moreOne Year of RVing: Do We Hate it Yet?
We rolled into Tucson three weeks into January to begin a month-long “residency.” Staying put in one place for a month is an experiment of sorts, in part a product of our 2019 goal of traveling more slowly. It’s an opportunity to get to know a place in greater depth, instead of focusing all our … Read moreTucson Part 1: Diving Into Our Longest Stay Yet
We arrived in Arizona after our week at Joshua Tree with the federal government still shut down and still throwing a wrench into our plans. Fortunately we had built some flexibility into our schedule, so we decided to hunker down for a week near Quartzsite, Arizona to see how things developed in Washington. Quartzsite The … Read moreBoondocking Outside Quartzsite, Arizona