Mistakes, Bad Takes, and Bad Ideas: Stuff We Don’t Need for Full Time RVing

It’s time for awkward and embarrassing admissions about RVing, people! Overall we are very satisfied with the decisions that we made in preparation for hitting the road for several years of full time RVing, and we have not been shy about sharing our self-affirmation. We post plenty of fawning comments and photos of our fairly … Read more Mistakes, Bad Takes, and Bad Ideas: Stuff We Don’t Need for Full Time RVing

We Are All Strangers in a Strange Land, Longing for Home

Or at least that’s the situation for full-time RVers like us in the current pandemic environment. It’s not completely obvious how best to follow the instruction to “stay home” when, as RVers like to say, “Home is where we park it.” For the estimated 1 million people in the US who live full time in … Read more We Are All Strangers in a Strange Land, Longing for Home

Blue Spring State Park: Life in the Time of COVID

As news about the spread of COVID-19 became increasingly concerning, Blue Spring State Park was an excellent place to keep abreast of the latest developments (with good internet and over the air TV) while practicing social distancing by spending most of our time hiking and kayaking. At least it was a good spot, until the … Read more Blue Spring State Park: Life in the Time of COVID

Getting Winter Camping Reservations in Florida State Parks

During our first week just north of Palm Beach County we have had our teeth, eyes, and other body parts examined closely but I have no interest in sharing that experience with the world. Instead I thought I would write about how we came to secure the site we occupied this week at the very … Read more Getting Winter Camping Reservations in Florida State Parks

Heading East for Volunteer Commitments, or How Travel Can Make Me Cry

One thing that I found particularly hard when we hit the road was giving up involvement in the community. Over the years I have done pro bono legal work through Legal Aid and served on the boards of several different nonprofit organizations. When we lived in Palm Beach County I volunteered regularly at our local … Read more Heading East for Volunteer Commitments, or How Travel Can Make Me Cry