Embracing the Struggle for Civil Rights in Montgomery

While we are thrilled to be back on the road, we knew that our first stop of the summer would also be one of the toughest. Montgomery, Alabama was critical in igniting the mid-20th century civil rights movement thanks to the 1956 Montgomery bus boycott that brought national attention to a charismatic 26-year old local … Read more

A Brief Trip to Our Nation’s Capital

We have rarely visited major cities during our years of RV travel; driving a 46-foot rig through crowded city streets is nobody’s idea of fun. We firmly believe that the best way to visit cities is to fly in and get around using public transportation. So I was delighted when I learned that the volunteer … Read more

Winter Socializing and Summer Planning

Winter is snowbird season in Florida. Places that are popular with retirees are noticeably busier, with people flocking to golf courses and restaurants. The same uptick in activity occurs in campgrounds, where RVers can avoid the brutal conditions up north and instead enjoy the mild Florida weather. Plus, if people are interested in visiting the … Read more